Grand Hall, Stand 104
London Olympia, UK – Esprit Limited will be demonstrating and discussing their installed and planned multi-agency solutions for the public and corporate sectors at the Online Information Show 2003. Of particular note is work being undertaken by the company for RYOGENS, an online e-government project contributing to the national strategy for e-local government.
RYOGENS is an initiative to help protect vulnerable children and young people from becoming involved in crime and to reduce youth crime and antisocial behaviours. Sponsored by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, it is being developed by Warwickshire, Lewisham and Tower Hamlets in collaboration with Deloittes, with the technical solution being provided by Esprit. The solution will consist of a process for co-ordinating the safe gathering, sharing and analysis of personal information about children and young people. Agencies such as Education, Health, Police, Probation, Social Services, Youth Offending Teams and Anti-social Behaviour units will be able to raise a concern and know that an alert will result so that speedy and effective action can be taken.
Also on show will be Esprit’s Democratic Services solution, running at Birmingham County Council, which helps councils co-ordinate their cabinet and committee management activities while at the same time seamlessly creating a more inclusive and citizen-focused democratic framework and supporting the scrutiny process.
In addition, visitors will be able to discuss and view the Partnership in Action Barnsley (PIAB) solution that uses the production of information gateways and applications to break down the barriers between previously closed information systems and departments. At Barnsley, disparate data from multiple legacy systems is securely integrated, viewed and manipulated via a wide variety of applications, environments and devices such as web and PDA access.
The Westminster City Council solution to deliver public access to the Sense of Place London Ten Generations and FACET partner websites will also be on the stand. Using the full capabilities of Esprit’s xdirectory Content Management System (CMS), the public is given the freedom to choose how they explore information on the social and economic development of London. In addition, it organises, manages, retrieves and delivers text, images, digital graphics, animation, sound and video to a user interface.
Esprit will also be discussing their eResource management and print management solutions in Higher Education aimed at maximising the value that establishments extract from their investments in IT infrastructure components, improving the quality of service to end users, delivering high returns on investment and managed cost recovery and freeing up the time of IT and Information professionals so that they are able to concentrate on their roles of locating, acquiring and collating appropriate information resources for their users.
Esprit was recently in the news for being bought by the Dokimas Group. Recent areas of focus for the company in the e-Government sphere includes Identification, Referral and Tracking (IRT), Single Assessment Process for older people (SAP), Freedom of Information (FOI) and Democratic Accountability and Scrutiny. Within the corporate and education sector, solutions are being developed and installed in the areas of Research and Enquiry Management and e-Resource management solutions within a variety of leading pharmaceutical companies, management consultants and universities.
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At Esprit Limited our solutions support information publishing and knowledge management by transforming and reproducing the vast wealth of content held by and available to an organisation through a highly usable dynamic, profitable and compelling web presence. We deliver comprehensive and affordable information management solutions based upon unique meta-modelling techniques that enable organisations to seamlessly organise, categorise, link and access real-time data across entire business processes.
The Dokimas Group
The Dokimas Group contains three main subsidiaries, DS Limited, Crossnet Systems Limited and Esprit Limited. The group is privately owned, financially sound and is well equipped to take a long-term view of its market, to the benefit of its customers. DS has been developing computer systems since 1970, at which time it was part of Plessey Data Systems, and has continued to flourish since it became an independent company in 1982. It is now the largest supplier of library management systems to UK public libraries with over 60 local authorities using Galaxy and OpenGalaxy. In recent years, DS has extended its customer base into archives, record offices and museums. Crossnet Systems, providing interoperability products and services, was incorporated into the group in 2001. Its international client list includes the British Library, the national libraries in France, Germany, Sweden, and Hungary, the European Centre for Space Observation and the European Space Agency Research In
stitute as well as Encyclopaedia Britannica and Oxford University.
Lesley Young, Esprit Limited, +44 (0)1332 821800, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Keith Hart, DS Limited, +44 (0)1202 877188, email@example.com.
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