Solutions for government
Within government there is a huge amount of data from different sources and many stakeholders to be accountable to. How can you engage citizens, make services more efficient and be transparent?
Solutions for government
Managing budgets to ensure funding is allocated appropriately to deliver policies and outcomes is always challenging. Resources will always be limited, but ideas unlimited.
Being able to actively manage spend against programs and to re-allocate resources between ever changing policies and priorities is not easy without the right system.
Having full visibility and an audit trail over changes to allocations and programs throughout the year is vital, and ensures the finance department provides value beyond expectation.
If your budget is slashed, ensure you can easily model out scenarios that will aid in decision making and provide clarity on how and when programs can be reduced or removed.
The deployment of new technology solutions can take large budgets and long lead times to implement and roll out across a government organisation.
Often these projects are severely impacted by the excruciating amounts of effort, cost and time spent dealing with inconsistent data assets.
Post implementation, without resolution of the underlying cause, data issues will surface again, and the headaches will resume.
Imagine using a technology that will provide the capability for your department to ensure consistency of your data attributes and speed up the rollout of new systems with reliable master data.
Deploying a single view of your citizen, public infrastructure and assets, services, resources and more will de-risk systems implementations and ensure ongoing operational efficiency and reporting accuracy.
Insights gained from Business Intelligence and Analytics can make services more effective and efficient, enable drill down into operations, provide visibility over resources and ensure greater accountability within government organisations.
You can also use predictive analytics and what-if scenario modelling to see the impact of decisions and intervene before issues arise or policy changes hit.
How did Tasmania’s water authority speed up their budget cycle by 10x?
Imagine preparing templates and consolidating results from 50 budget contributors, then making several iterations based on board feedback. Learn how TasWater improved the process and achieved these:
∙ Quick adoption and engagement by contributors
∙ Completed entire profit and loss budget in 3 weeks
∙ Everything is managed by the finance team without IT
At the heart of every government body is the service it provides to its constituents. How can Australia’s public sector uncover data and leverage insights to drive service impact where it matters?