Theresa May’s foreword for The Parliamentary Review focuses on four ‘grand challenges’: “harnessing artificial intelligence and the data revolution; leading in changes to the future of mobility; meeting the challenges of our ageing society; and driving ahead the revolution in clean growth.”
Many of the organisations who appear alongside her in the publication build on these challenges and shed light on some more unique ones. The result is a fascinatingly diverse publication with a huge range of voices.
DriveWorks, based in Warrington, is a software company that allows manufacturers to build their own 3D configurators that can be used on a variety of platforms. In their Parliamentary Review article, they stress the importance of good practice as their business continues to span across Europe, North America and the Asia-Pacific.
Technology is surging forwards apace across the world and Britain is no exception. This year’s edition of The Parliamentary Review explains the progress that the industry has experienced on both a domestic and international level, while also highlighting pertinent issues for the future.
The Executive Director of The Parliamentary Review, Daniel Yossman, lauded the exceptional representatives involved this year and stated that The Review is “delighted at how many exceptional and hardworking organisations from across the country have come together to make this edition possible.”
Maria Sarkar, Vice President and Co-Founder of DriveWorks, said “We’re very pleased to have taken part in The Parliamentary Review. We hope that reading about our journey from a start-up to a market leading technology company will inspire others.”
The article can be viewed here: http://www.theparliamentaryreview.co.uk/organisations/driveworks