Changing the Way Public Sector Work is Done
The new Government Technology® Thought Leadership Profile—titled “Changing the Way Public Sector Work is Done”—breaks down the benefits of consolidating enterprise applications and connecting various systems.
The benefits of connectivity include:
• Fewer manual processes
• Improved operational efficiencies
• Stronger visibility into systems
• Greater support for decision-making
• Improved management of costs and employees
• Better compliance
• Improved service for citizens
• More transparency
Two case studies— one on Louisville, Ky., and the Louisville/Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District, and another on the city of Long Beach, Calif.—lay out how they have transformed their delivery systems with Infor Public Sector. They prove that a sophisticated approach to enabling applications to work together sets government up for greater efficiencies now and even more improvements into the future.
For example, the city of Long Beach’s GIS (geographic information system) has valuable data on historical buildings, zoning and other information that simply didn’t exist in the permitting system. “That required users to go to a completely different system to look up information, and they were constantly going back and forth between different systems,” says Jack Ciulla, Long Beach manager of Business Information Services. “Now that’s all integrated together, so when they pull up a permit application, it pulls in all the GIS information they need too.”
That is how Infor is changing the way government work is done.
Read the Government Technology® Thought Leadership Profile: Changing the Way Public Sector Work is Done