Helping Central Government Get Organised Around Major Projects
Verto provides a range of options to link departments and organisations for large-scale, cross-collaboration project work.
Making Sense of the Network
Member agencies that make up a network of organisations, uniquely positioned to maintain the running of large and often complex pieces of work, have faced criticism for not always delivering major projects on time and within budget. However, it is not hard to consider the difficulties central government organisations, and their affiliated partners, face when dealing with these complex initiatives but therein lies the need for radical culture and transformational change.
The work of these bodies spread across a huge amount of industry and rely heavily on governmental guidance to drive their set agenda. But more often than not it is this disparate nature that stalls work when there are not the processes in place that provide enough options for them to work collaboratively together.
Linking the Network for Major Projects
Verto is a platform that understands the inner workings of such a fused system and provides an answer to operating collaboratively, sharing information and knowledge, helps to boost culture, and benefits resources for the agencies to all work together in a coherent manner. The cloud-based system, which can be used within its entirety from inside Microsoft Teams, equips several organisations with the ability to work harmoniously, when is needed, providing opportunities to tackle projects on a large scale with input from several organisations to break down the barriers for our public sector to achieve much more.
Central Government Teams Trusting Verto
UKRI joins up with partner organisations
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) is one of the largest public body agencies strategically positioned to work alongside Central Government to help drive Innovation in the UK. UKRI have implemented Verto to help them connect with their seven councils, Research England, and Innovate UK on major works to meet their objectives faster, more efficiently, and with cost saving as a benefit. They have been able to tailor the platform to allow them to set their ways of working for a more consistent and streamlined approach, not only for themselves, but also for the partnerships they have that help them to deliver on their objectives.
They are now able to make time savings by using Verto as the keeper of all major project information across their network. Maintaining a level of independence is practical for each organisation to retain their sense of self and build on their internal culture. But the benefit of having the same platform rolled out across the connected organisations is to link with those common partners when needed so larger pieces of work can operate more efficiently and each company can take advantage of a multitude of shared skillsets.
Read more about their work with Verto 365 in their Case Study.
What Central Government Organisations Can Expect From Verto
Verto provides end to end project management tools for planning cross-agency meetings or orchestrating multi-company initiatives to help map out and manage the amount of work the project team will need to undertake.
Complete project data and records can be stored quickly and managed efficiently in one centralised hub. The workflow of any project between organisations can be organised in the way that best suits the entire team, with specific stages and approvals set as needed for the flow of information to inform the right people at the right time.
Verto Connects It All
Verto sits at the centre of your work and has the power to pull data in from other sources, providing a simple and easy to use central repository that grows and flexes depending on the needs of your organisation and those you collaborate with. Now available in Microsoft Teams, organisations can streamline their efforts by bringing more of their work into the collaboration platform much of their workforce is already using. Not yet using Teams? Verto 365 is also available online.