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​​​​At Core we have a diverse selection of customers. We have specific offerings for government​, Insurance and Membership organisations, and work with large financial institutions, legal and professional organisations.

Our combination of expert knowledge, first-class technology and hands-on skills, together with a diverse range of customers has given us a deeper understanding of the issues involved in each industry.


 

 

A move forward for Government Devolutionhttp://core.co.uk/why-core/whats-going-on/a-move-forward-for-government-devolutionA move forward for Government Devolution<h1 class="ms-rteElement-H1B">​​​​​​A move forward for Government Devolution​</h1><p>With the announcement that Cornwall is set to become the first county to secure a devolution deal from the government, giving them more control of a swathe of powers including infrastructure and skills investment. This now opens the way for other counties to follow suit and have a greater say in how their budget should be spent, giving them a greater impact over local decisions.</p><p>The budget document stated "The government intends to support towns and counties to play their part in growing the economy, offering them the opportunity to agree devolution deals, and providing local people with the levers they need to boost growth."</p><p>The County Council Network (CCN) have been leading the charge for devolution, stating after the announcement "Today's historic deal will allow Cornwall to take much greater control of its own affairs and tailor solutions to meet the needs of its people and economy. Today's agreement also sets a precedent for bringing more decisions and services closer to county communities across England, and could see the potential of county economies maximised to help meet Government growth ambitions and plans to boast productivity."​</p>2015-07-26T23:00:00Z
Government Digital Transformation Planhttp://core.co.uk/why-core/whats-going-on/government-digital-transformation-planGovernment Digital Transformation Plan<h1 class="ms-rteElement-H1B">​​​​​​​​Government Digital Transformation Plan</h1><p>The Government is to produce a Digital Transformation Plan focusing on the support and adoption of digital technologies at the heart of the UK’s economic future to improve productivity in the UK.</p><p>The Government has committed to releasing the report in the autumn to set out concrete actions they will take to support adoption, including tackling barrier to new business and creating new markets. At the heart of this will remain the focus on ICT transformation and delivering the most efficient cost effective use of technology in local and central Government.​</p><p>Chancellor George Osborne said: “The only way to sustainably raise the living standards of the citizens of our nation is to confront the challenge of our lifetime, to raise productivity. This will not be achieved overnight and will require a truly national effort by government, business and working people. But with this blueprint to fix the foundations of our economy, I believe we have taken the vital first step towards securing the prosperity and a livelihoods of generations to come.”</p><div><br>​</div>2015-07-21T23:00:00Z

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Andrew Strachan
The Cloud system with Core and the Microsoft suite of products has allowed us to achieve that in a very cost effective manner whilst delivering a host of productivity improvements
James Cahill
The hidden benefit of Office 365 was Lync Online. It has transformed the way staff work, at home or in remote locations. Lync Online offers the ideal channel through which to collaborate - with video conferencing, we can work effectively with our parent company to develop the business
James Cahill
With our previous system, our workforce could spend up to 20 minutes a day organising their mailboxes.
James Cahill
Moving to the cloud with Office 365 saved us having to make a significant investment in physical servers. We’ve also avoided the increased costs of bringing in new staff to manage the infrastructure.