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Registrations Open for the Roc 10K and charity announced

Registrations have now opened, Thursday 20th December, for the 2019 Roc 10K. The race which will take place on Sunday 26th May is this year raising money for selected charity Wooden Spoon and Newbury Athletics Club. This will be the first year that Roc Technologies...

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Registrations Open for the Roc 10K and charity announced

Registrations are now open for 2019 Roc 10K. The race which will take place on Sunday 26th May 2019 is this year is raising money for Wooden Spoon charity. 

This will be the first year that Roc Technologies will have solo sponsorship of the event, which last year was sponsored jointly by Roc Technologies and The Good Exchange. The 2018 race raised £13,354.96 from the entries to both the 10K and supporting junior races and was divided equally between Newbury Athletics Club and the 2018 charity PALS West Berkshire. 

CEO for Roc Technologies Matt Franklin said, “We’re delighted to be sponsoring the Roc 10K again this year and it gives me great pleasure to announce Wooden Spoon as the chosen charity. As a Newbury-based company we are committed to giving back to the local community and supporting Roc 10K and raising money for causes in the local area is a great way to do so”. 

Retail Event –

Fighting Back Against The Online Onslaught

Thursday 20th September – 2pm London

The global financial crisis from 2008 forced banks to transform the customer experience from in-branch to online self-service. 10 years later, high-street retailers are going through a similar disruption. But has the digital space already been grabbed by retailers who enticed consumers online as a first choice.
Join the High Street Déjà Vu Symposium with Tibco, HPE Aruba and Thoughtonomy to find out how high-street retailers can beat the online competition they are facing today.

  • Why in the Digital Age brands and retailers are more disconnected from their customers than at anytime in retail history?
  • The new connected in-store experience.
  • Transforming Retail IT through Data and Systems Integration.
  • Mapping and Transforming the Digital Customer Journey.
  • Building Scalable Personal Service with Digital Workers.

Could “Automated” Digital Workers Save the NHS, and Police, and Local Government?

By Chief Digital Officer, Chris Gabriel

As the debate on whether automation will deplete, displace or create jobs rages on, I thought it worth continuing our blog series on automation by looking at a sector where the demand for front line workers is already outstripping supply; the UK Public Sector. In every part of government, from central to local, health to social care, work and pensions to HMRC, the volume of demand to deliver more services, better joined up services, and more intelligent personal services and to do so in a spending envelope which under any future hue of party politics will always be constrained, is a topic not only debated in the corridors of power, but also on the front pages of the press and radio talk shows across the country.

When the current government announced the recent £20billion a year increase in NHS spending, the response from many think tanks and policy makers was; is that all?

Could “Automated” Digital Workers Save the NHS, and Police, and Local Government?

By Chief Digital Officer, Chris Gabriel

As the debate on whether automation will deplete, displace or create jobs rages on, I thought it worth continuing our blog series on automation by looking at a sector where the demand for front line workers is already outstripping supply; the UK Public Sector. In every part of government, from central to local, health to social care, work and pensions to HMRC, the volume of demand to deliver more services, better joined up services, and more intelligent personal services and to do so in a spending envelope which under any future hue of party politics will always be constrained, is a topic not only debated in the corridors of power, but also on the front pages of the press and radio talk shows across the country.

When the current government announced the recent £20billion a year increase in NHS spending, the response from many think tanks and policy makers was; is that all?

Mapping the Journey to Optimised Higher Education

By Chief Digital Officer, Chris Gabriel

Process Empowered Universities Earn Top Marks in Joined-Up Optimisation

Universities play a vital role in our society; that of imparting knowledge and learning to each new generation of the students who will go on to run our world. According to Universities UK, in 2016-17 the UK’s 162 higher education institutions provided places of learning for 2.32 million students.  By comparison, that’s roughly the population of Greater Manchester; with every man, woman and child, engaged in higher education.

So, it is no wonder the sector generated £34billion in revenues in 2016-17, with institutions investing those hard won funds in all aspects of the teaching process; including employing 206,000 academic staff to provide direct teaching and engage in world-class research.

UK Business Awards 2018

Roc Technologies have been shortlisted for the ‘Innovation’ Category

We’ve been shortlisted for the ‘Innovation’ Category. This category is for those companies who are adapting and changing to ensure a positive future. Creativity and new thinking has led to great results for the organisation through: change, alteration, transformation, restructuring, remodelling or revolution in a product or service.

The Awards Final and live presentations will be held on Friday 7th December at Park Plaza Riverbank, London.

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