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E-Government Bulletin launches case study service

Publishing news published: Sunday 23rd October 2011

E-Government Bulletin now offers a case study service to all suppliers of technology products and services to the to local and central government and to the wider public sector.

At the core of the service, EGB journalists will research and write up a client case study presenting a supplier's key products and services in the best possible way. The study will be lively, engaging, full of strong quotes and practical tips and examples, showing your potential clients why and how they could experience the same successes.

We will publish the result alongside all our regular coverage, so all our readers from across the UK public sector and wider e-government sector will receive a copy; and post it online for permanent viewing.

You will also receive a pdf copy of the case study, with E-Government Bulletin accreditation, for promotional use wherever and however you want.

Several suppliers have already taken advantage of the service - why not be the next?

Click here for examples of what your case study could look like, and further details of the service including how to contact us to make a booking.

"The whole process of getting the case study written was made painless and since our case study appeared in the Bulletin, we have received a number of enquiries and are just about to sign up a new customer as a result. That's a great return on investment for us!"
Alison Tully, Marketing Manager, Firmstep
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