Unlock value and potential with AI

AI has the potential to fundamentally change how services are delivered and experienced. Are you ready for this change?

Align, understand
and accelerate

Artificial Intelligence has been a technology used by local authorities for some time. But as the world is rapidly changing, generative AI has had an undeniable impact across every sector of our economy and rapidly becoming integral to all industries.

The integration of AI for local authorities can lead to improved services, better allocation of limited resources both human and financial, and enable faster decision-making.

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Reduce time spent on mundane tasks

Automated workflows, predictive analytics, and intelligent automation can automate repetitive and time-consuming tasks, freeing up employees to focus on higher value-generating activities.

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Save time and costs

According to a recent survey by McKinsey, AI can optimise efficiency by 40% and reduce operational costs by up to 30%. With the assistance of AI, research and data scientists are able to better analyse patterns, predict outcomes, and make adjustments.

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Transform customer experience

Chatbots, virtual assistants, and customer service agents enable businesses to provide round-the-clock customer support, deliver personalised experiences, and resolve customer issues quickly and efficiently.

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Focus on the insights that matter

AI has an unrivalled ability to analyse vast amounts of data and identify patterns and trends extremely quickly from this. This information analysis can be utilised by Executives to make better informed and faster decisions to improve overall business performance.

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“Hitachi Solutions have been very knowledgeable and supportive from the start of our engagement with them. They have stood up systems in short amount of time for the most urgent work that the Southwark Council has needed during both the Covid Pandemic and the Ukrainian Crisis. They have been diligent and continue to be in longer-term projects and our day-to-day support.”

Pam Kaur, Application Analyst, Southwark Council.