Forfront proud to be included in The Parliamentary Review

Forfront proud to be included in The Parliamentary Review

In the latest edition of The Parliamentary Review you will find a feature on Forfront, e-shot’s parent company. The Parliamentary Review for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport is widely respected by politicians and peers across both Houses of Parliament and key decision makers all over the country.

Ron Kellermann, founder and Managing Director of Forfront attended a gala reception on Monday 1st October to celebrate the launch of The Parliamentary Review and commented “We are passionate about helping public sector organisations embrace digital transformation and I was thrilled to learn that The Parliamentary Review wished to acknowledge our contribution to the UK’s digital economy.”

The Parliamentary Review's reach is unique and broad. The fact that the prime minister writes for The Review alongside some of the most influential individuals in the country is testament to the positive change that the publication encourages within industry.

The UK has been historically acclaimed for its vibrant creative industries, and this year's Digital, Culture, Media and Sport edition of The Parliamentary Review proves that this reputation is still well-deserved. It elaborates on concerns for the sector going forwards and the successes it has experienced over the last 12 months including a contribution from Forfront.

Ron Kellermann concluded, “As a software developer, we have spent more than 20 years helping clients by constantly innovating and delivering digital solutions. We are committed to working collaboratively to deliver the best possible outcomes to our clients.”

Forfront's article in The Parliamentary Review can be viewed here:


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