The Jadu Academy is a place where our customers and partners can come together to share ideas, brainstorm and engage with each other.
It’s a perfect opportunity to bring together and collaborate the best thinking and innovative vision from all experts in local government, higher education and the public sector.
We’re all about transparency and sharing, so we encourage you to bring what you have to the table, educate others and keep yourself and everyone else ahead of the curve in what seems to be an ever-changing industry.
Our Jadu Academies have been running for many years and are growing each time due to the continued success of our customer digital services and we encourage everyone to attend due to new technologies, opportunities as well as challenges that continue to arise.
Who the Jadu Academy is for?
CIOs and Customer Service Directors
Heads of Customer Service
Web and Digital teams
Note: this list is not exclusive
Tickets are now released for the next Jadu Academy
Jadu Academy, London, December 2018
The last UK Jadu Academy was held at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) in London, which was focused on new technology and the amazing work our customers and partners have been delivering.
The first Jadu Academy of 2018 took place at Maple House in Birmingham on 14th March 2018. Our biggest Academy yet. Focusing on digital transformation through Jadu Continuum solutions it proved a great success.
Another great Academy which included a variety of workshops and product updates plus customer stories from Kings Lynn and West Norfolk Council, East Lothian Council and Harrow Council. There was also a very enlightening presentation and demo on Machine Learning and the Jadu Companion App.
A capacity audience joined us in London for the second major Academy of 2017. Partners and Integrations Hub were the themes of the day, in the keynote Jadu Group CEO Suraj Kika presented new services and product updates and introduced Methods and Liberata as CXM delivery partners.
A capacity audience joined us in Birmingham for the first Academy of 2017. AI & Machine learning was the theme of the day, in the keynote CEO Suraj Kika, presents what organisations should do to prepare to be able to fully exploit the new technology.