Victoria Taylor made this Freedom of Information request to Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council

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Victoria Taylor

Dear Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council,

Please could you provide the following information regarding your current Software System:

1. What Software Systems are currently used by the Council for Planning, Land Charges, Building control and Public Protection/Licencing/Environmental Health?
2. When does each contract expire ?
3. How much does each system cost annually?
4. Are you planning to go to market for a different Software System? If so, when?
5. How many users / licenses for each system do you have?
6. Who is the person responsible for your Software System? Please provide full name, title and contact information if possible.

Yours faithfully,

Victoria Taylor

Bournemouth Borough Council Enquiries, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council

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Dear Ms Taylor


Further to your request for information received on 2 May 2019 please find
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