AmicusHorizon Recognised for Delivering Savings Through Website Efficiency

GOSS Interactive congratulates AmicusHorizon for receiving 3 stars in the Socitm Better Connected 2012 report.

Plymouth, United Kingdom, August 03, 2012 --( Socitm, the Society of IT Managers in the public sector, publish the annual Better Connected 2012 report into the usability and performance of 433 local authority and other public bodies websites.

AmicusHorizon, who have their websites powered by GOSS iCM (intelligent Content Management), were mentioned by the reviewers for the useful information on their site, “This looks like a very good site with lots of useful information for residents, landlords, etc. It provides all relevant transactions. It also keeps the design consistent across sub-organisations.

Informative and nicely designed.
Very comprehensive and easy to use.
Easy to follow menus.
Excellent in relevant places.

Sean Wijesiri, Digital Services Manager, AmicusHorizon added: “As a customer facing organisation it is vital that we deliver exceptional services to our residents online. Delivering services online is significantly more efficient than delivering services face-to-face or over the phone. Our partners GOSS have been fundamental in helping us deliver excellent digital services.”

Rob McCarthy, CEO, GOSS Interactive adds, “It is great to see AmicusHorizon’s website recognised for the hard work that the team have put in to make it a successful and fully functional website. As experts in facilitating digital strategy for organisations, GOSS is able to provide a full service for councils who want to improve their online channel strategy and provide more services online whilst reducing costs.”

GOSS Interactive have been delivering GOSS iCM Web Content Management and website publishing software for over 10 years. Today it is in use by major corporations and public sector organisations where it is the market leader in use by over 70 of the 433 UK local authorities.

In the report, over 65% of GOSS clients have been rated amongst the highest in the country with a further 28% maintaining their previous good scores.
GOSS Interactive
Pete Stevens