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A quick teaser on moving from the product based approach to a cloud delivered software as a service approach for urban e-governance

A quick teaser on moving from the product based approach to a cloud delivered software as a service approach for urban e-governance

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  • the future of urban e-governance
    • dr anupam saraph
  • Dr. Anupam Saraph, Ph.D.,   Leadership, Innovation and Strategy Mentor Chief Information Officer, Pune City Former Professor of Information and Decision Systems, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA Former Advisor IT and e-governance, Government of Goa Former Vice Chairman, Infotech Corporation of Goa personal url: http://anupam.saraph.in official url:   http: //ciopune .in
  • Uncertainty Time Predictability Insight 1-3 yrs Trends 3-5 yrs Foresight 5-10 yrs
  • erp for manufacturing company in 1990 bpr in 1994 unique id for a state government in 2003 governance wiki in 2007 crowd-source governance 2007 city resource planning 2008
  • urban challenges opportunities accomplishments
  • urban challenges
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  • Local crisis access sufficiency management mobility breakdown of services Global problems terrorism pandemics energy crisis environment global warming
  • opportunities
  • “ The task is not so much to see what no one has yet seen, but to think what nobody has yet thought about that which everyone sees.” Arthur Schopenhauer
  • one in seven cities in the world is indian over 4,368 cities in india expected doubling in 20 years 340 million people live in indian cities absence of a central nervous system sensory inputs poorly integrated
  • shared information systems crowd-sourcing cloud services open information ecosystem integrated services delivery city resource planning
  • accomplishments
  • governance wiki shared gis solutions shared identity solution shared service request solution open information integrated services delivery pandemic tracking crowd-sourced traffic management