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How Can Wales Become a Hub for Digital Transformation?


In this Business Insights Digital Discussion with Box UK, two leading experts discuss the rapid development of digital services in businesses throughout Wales, the benefits and challenges of these businesses adopting new digital approaches, and the potential for Wales to become a leader in this area.

Benno Wasserstein, Managing Director of Software Development and Digital Consultancy Box UK, is joined by Tom Crick, Professor of Digital & Policy at Swansea University; and Sally Meecham, CEO of the Centre for Digital and Public Services Wales.

In this discussion, we delve into why the demand for digital services in Wales has increased so rapidly in context to the global pandemic, examples of businesses that have already embraced digital services, what initiatives and support schemes are available to help Welsh businesses adopt new digital services into their infrastructure, and the potential opportunities for employee career progression that a digital transformation can bring.

You can watch the full discussion below:


Established in 1998, Box UK’s track record of success spans hundreds of high-priority and mission-critical software projects, delivered over more than twenty years.

A focus on heavy-use, multi-user platforms has given us deep experience in creating scalable, resilient and high-transaction systems for clients across the globe.

With an enterprise pedigree and a passion for technology, Box UK offers an unrivalled depth and breadth of experience in the development of scalable and resilient software systems – managing these full-lifecycle projects right the way through from planning to post-launch platform management.

Working with local, national and international organisations across a broad range of industries, our team of developers, solution architects, UX consultants, system engineers and product owners has built up an impressive portfolio of successful and award-winning projects.

We also excel in rescuing legacy projects, developing proofs-of-concept, embedding cultural and behavioural change via the implementation of agile, and conducting strategic analysis of your existing technology (or marketplace) to enable future decision-making.


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