Case studies

  • Aylesbury Vale DC logo

    Aylesbury Vale District Council

    Our consultants worked with AVDC’s leaders and IT team, in order to build a clear understanding of the council’s future vision for how they work and the way they want to use IT

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    University of Leicester.

    See how we helped the University of Leicester create a new single integrated website using Sitecore CMS to provide a consistent experience that would help them attract and retain students.

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    British Red Cross

    From a mobile optimized website to personalised content, we are helping the British Red Cross with their digital strategy.



  • Bridging the digital performance gap in university websites

    This Report brings together research from a survey conducted alongside Universities UK of over 80 digital, marketing and communications professionals, supplemented with interviews with 10 leaders in the sector, to identify the key challenges and priorities when managing university websites.

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  • Preparing for next year’s data regulation overhaul

    This article was originally published in The MJ In just over a year, the General Data Protection Regulation will go live, transforming the way councils collect and store personal data. When it comes into effect in May 2018, GDPR will lay down new rules covering consent...

  • 5 ways to make sure your digital services comply with GDPR

    In the fifth article of our series on the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Vee Rogacheva, User Experience (UX) Designer for Eduserv, explains how organisations can review their website and apps to ensure GDPR compliance and a good user experience. For most o...

  • The implications of GDPR to cyber security

    In the third article of our series on the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), James Mulhern, Chief Information Security Officer for Eduserv, looks at how GDPR will impact organisations’ cyber security efforts and how it could encourage improvement. 1. Make GDPR...

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