Interact is showcased for ‘best practice’ in the tech industry.
Theresa May’s foreword for The Parliamentary Review focuses on four ‘grand challenges’: “harnessing artificial intelligence and the data revolution; leading in changes to the future of mobility; meeting the challenges of our aging society; and driving ahead the revolution in clean growth.” Many of the organizations who appear alongside us in the publication build on these challenges and shed light on some more unique ones. The end result is a fascinatingly diverse publication with a huge range of voices.
Interact has been delivering intranet software to support organizations in overcoming the challenges faced with ever-changing technology and communication changes, for more than ten years. In their Review piece, they discuss how the digital workplace is evolving and changing and how crucial it is to have solid internal foundations so that they can excel externally.
Technology is surging forwards apace all across the world, and Britain is no exception. This year’s edition of The Parliamentary Review explains the progress that the industry has experienced on both a domestic and international level, while also highlighting pertinent issues for the future.
Executive director of The Review, Daniel Yossman has said that in “bringing together the prime minister, leading politicians, and leaders of every sector of the British economy The Parliamentary Review continues to provide an exceptionally well rounded and astute look at what is happening across the country.”
Writing in The Review, the prime minister says that “British politics provides ample material for analysis in the pages of The Parliamentary Review.”
Simon Dance, CEO of Interact, comments “We’re honored to be included in the roll call of UK businesses that make up this year’s Parliamentary Review for highlighting best practice in the technology industry. The success of Interact is based on innovation, customer service, and of course, our team. We’ve enjoyed great success this year and look forward to 2019.”