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Digital Subscriptions > Campbeltown Courier > 21st July 2017 > Council’s digital switch saved £550,000 last year

Council’s digital switch saved £550,000 last year

REPORTING dog fouling or ordering a marriage certificate has never been simpler.

The switch to 24/7 digital services saved Argyll and Bute council more than half a million pounds last year, with the council having made signifi – cant improvements to the digital services it provides.

In the past five years the potential savings of shifting to digital channels was around £1.5 million, helping the council meet growing demand for services in financially challenging times. The number of self-service transactions has increased by 41 per cent, from 189,350 in 2012/13 to 336,203 in 2016/17.

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