DATE: JUNE 26TH, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
The i-claim App was recently deployed by South Carolina's unemployment agency that allows unemployment insurance claimants to file weekly unemployment benefits thru a smartphone. This is the nation's first such app for smartphones which provides claimants with an easier and faster method of filing and collecting their weekly benefits.
In a recent survey, it was found that over 70 percent of claimants use a cell phone to access the internet. That is addition to the fact that almost 55% of all Americans now own a smartphone. The app has received national and state wide press coverage.
Join us for the live webinar where we will discuss
Mobile and State Government
Mobile Usage Among UI Claimants
I-Claim App Demo
South Carolina's Experience
Return on Investment Analysis
NEIL ADCOX, CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER
SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT AND WORKFORCE
Neil Adcox has held leadership positions in both the private and public sectors, focusing on innovation, technology and business strategy. He is currently the Chief Information Officer with the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce where his emphasis is on delivering improved business outcomes from the agency’s IT investments.
Recently, Neil served as the executive sponsor for the development of the South Carolina i-claim App - the nation’s first app enabling claimants to file a weekly claim over a smartphone. As part of this initiative, Neil worked closely with the vendor, development and engineering teams and business staff to define the overall mobile technology roadmap, vision and customer impact.
RAJ SRIDAR, PARTNER
Raj Sridar is a Senior Technology Manager who has helped state and federal agencies modernize systems and create usable products that benefits both customers and internal staff. In his current role at Radha, he assists organizations in the formulation, planning, and execution of a mobile strategy including assessing the need and identification of business areas suitable for mobile development.