The Parliamentary Review is an annual publication highlighting best practice across multiple sectors, combining political insight with industry expertise.
Representatives across a wide range of sectors come together in September’s Parliamentary Review to voice their strengths, challenges and expert opinions collectively. With the long-term future in mind, the prime minister’s foreword centres on securing the foundations for our future productivity by improving school standards, transforming technical education and delivering infrastructure for growth. These plans for the future are just some of the views echoed throughout The Review from industry leaders from across the country.
Kirona has just celebrated its 15th anniversary of being in business and in that time has gone from strength to strength. In their Review article, they explain the elements that have been key to their success and what has enabled them to become a market leader in the field of service management solutions, with and across the private and public sectors.
Technology is surging forwards apace all across the world, and Britain is no exception. This year’s edition of The Parliamentary Review explains the progress that the industry has experienced on both a domestic and international level, while also highlighting pertinent issues for the future.
David Murray, CEO of Kirona said: “We’re delighted to appear in the Parliamentary Review and have the opportunity to share how our resource scheduling software solutions are enabling organisations to increase their productivity and reduce costs.”
The executive director of The Parliamentary Review, Daniel Yossman, lauded the exceptional representatives involved in this year and stating that The Review is “delighted at how many exceptional and hardworking organisations from across the country have come together to make this edition possible.”
Writing in The Review, the prime minister says that “British politics provides ample material for analysis in the pages of The Parliamentary Review.”
Kirona’s article can be viewed here: