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JADU Sites Lead Silktide Council Accessibility Index

Silktide, in association with SOCITM, has released a list of the Top 30 UK Council websites for accessibility.

Norwich City Council improves appointments experience and reduces costs

Residents walking into Norwich City Council’s offices used to have to give their information to a customer service adviser, take a number and wait their turn to speak to someone from the service they required. Not having a designated time could mean long waiting times and frustrated visitors. It was the same process used by many councils up and down the country. 

New and improved Data Export Management feature

We have good news for our Forms (XFP) and Content Portal users, from the 4th February 2020, there will be an easier way to export your form data, in bulk and from one centralised place in your Jadu Control Centre. The data will be exportable in CSV, XML and JSON formats.

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  • January 31, 2020 9:35:43 AM GMT

Mental Health Matters

Here at Jadu, mental health in the workplace is really important to us. Several of our colleagues are undertaking a Mental Health First Aid Course, and we wanted to introduce you to our newest Mental Health First Aider, Dave Wardrop.

Sitemorse Rankings: Consistency, Consistency, Consistency

We’re pleased to see that two new JADU Spacecraft sites (Broxbourne and Harrow) occupy the top two rising positions in the 2019 Q4/UK Local Government Sitemorse rankings. It’s also great to see JADU stalwart (Harrogate) continue its reign at the top of the Accessibility chart!

Operation London Bridge; how Local Authorities are preparing.

While it’s a topic that we don’t particularly like to talk about, it’s important for Local Authorities to be prepared in order to communicate effectively to their communities. 

Stoke Q&A: Digitising Pest Control

Stoke City Council partnered with JADU Spacecraft to replace its ‘failing’ website and within a year, the reimagined and redesigned stoke.gov.uk was awarded ‘most improved’ site of its kind by independent auditor Sitemorse (jumping from one to three stars out of four in Socitm ratings).

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