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A/B testing
Articles Website optimization

How optimizing your Government to Business site is now so easy

Think about your own web browsing patterns and the hundreds of subconscious decisions you make every time you visit a web site. Your quickly scan a page actively seeking what you’re after when performing a task. The pivotal question to consider is how well do your government organization’s web pages perform when one of your […]


by Gavin Atkinson • April 15, 2017
Death of the single government portal
Articles Digital strategy

Australia’s nail in the coffin of one portal to rule them all

Today in an Australian Senate Committee meeting room a fundamental and essential change happened. The idea of a single government portal to rule them all was quietly buried. Hoorah for business customers! Now, I’m not saying a proliferation of government websites is the way to go. Far from it. But what this does mean is […]


by Gavin Atkinson • March 14, 2017
Indian business
Articles Digital strategy eProcurement

A Government to Business revolution or a patchwork fizzle?

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi is creating the conditions for economic development, and its all by encouraging greater business growth. Government websites are increasingly pro-business focused. Press releases are pumped out almost daily from various ministers at a national and state level on how they’ve launched a new business portal for almost everything. But what […]


by Gavin Atkinson • February 10, 2017
Theresa May announcing the UK Government's plans for Brexit
Brexit Digital strategy

Brexit’s impact on Government to Business service delivery

Today’s Brexit announcement by British Prime Minister Theresa May sets a clear direction for the UK’s departure from the EU. But what does it mean to businesses when dealing with government online? And as a result what is the impact on government departments and agencies managing their services for business? UK G2B services to get […]


by Gavin Atkinson • January 18, 2017