Ask Ollie – Nominated for an iNetwork Innovation Award 2015
We were ecstatic to hear the news that the Ask Ollie website for Warrington Borough Council, has been nominated for an iNetwork Innovation Award for 2015 in the ‘Innovative Access to Public Services’ section.
The borough’s ‘Local Offer’ website entitled ‘Ask Ollie’ aims to provide information about services and fun activities for children and young people with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities (SEND) in and around the Warrington area. Designed to be attractive, intelligent and functional, it is also straightforward to use and meets strict accessibility guidelines.
Nominated for an 'Innovative Access to Public Services Award' at the iNetwork Innovation Awards 2015
The iNetwork Innovation Awards are an opportunity to celebrate and share best practice of organisations across the sector. The finalists in each category are then invited to the iNetwork Awards Dinner on 18 November in Manchester where the winners will be revealed.
Innovative Access to Public Services (IAPS) Award – This award is open to any iNetwork member that can demonstrate innovation and achievement in providing access to frontline services to the public. In particular we welcome nominations for innovation that involve the use(s) of digital delivery, channel migration, mobile workforce, customer insight/business intelligence, digital inclusion, open data, social media or systems integration.