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Intelligent Government Management - From Ad-hoc Reporting to Business Intelligence (BI) - A presentation at Technology Sabha 2009, Goa in January 2009

Intelligent Government Management - From Ad-hoc Reporting to Business Intelligence (BI) - A presentation at Technology Sabha 2009, Goa in January 2009

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  • 1. MAIA Intelligence “ Intelligent Government Management ” Presented by Sanjay Mehta CEO From Ad-Hoc Reporting to Business Intelligence
  • 2.
    • 2006 - MAIA Intelligence established
    • 2007 - Featured in NASSCOM 100 IT Innovators
    • 2007 - MAIA in ATRE, a Global technology Summit hosted by Red Herring
    • 2008 - 1KEY Agile BI Suite featured in Microsoft Solution Directory
    • 2008 - 1KEY is the 1 st Indian BI to be recognized by National Informatics Centre Services Inc. (NICSI)
    • 2008 - Gartner’s Hype Cycle for ICT in India, Report mentioned MAIA
    • 2008 – Red Herring Asia Finalist 100
    • 2008 – India’s Most Trusted IT Vendor by a CIO Survey by The CTO Forum
    • 2009 – Named ‘Most Successful Startup’ to watch out for in 2009 by the readers and editorial board of I.T. Magz
  • 3. Unique Government Challenges
    • Organizational
      • Pre-information age organizational models
      • Multiple jurisdictions
      • Turf battles
      • Legislative Fiefdoms
    • Processes
      • Human Resources
      • Procurement Process
      • Funding Process
    • Technology
      • Standards
      • Data integration
      • Legacy maintenance
      • Privacy/Security
    Turf/Politics Process Technology Easy Hard Hierarchy of Challenges BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE
  • 4. Toward Real-Time Government? E-government focus 2005 Next-generation government focus 2005 - 2010+ Budget to appropriation Election to agenda Policy to Procedure Obligation to payment A real-time enterprise succeeds by using up-to-date information to progressively remove delays in managing and executing its critical business processes. Real-Time Enterprise and Its “Cyclones”
    • Interactive Policy Making
    • Constituent Analytics
    • Corporate Performance Mgmt
    • Instant Messaging
    Examples
  • 5. Business Intelligence Touches Everyone G2G Taxpayers Customers/ Victims Employees Suppliers Financial Caseloads Program Performance Budgeting Encumbrances Financial reporting Empowerment Performance Objectives Improving service delivery Channel management Supply chain optimization Competitive acquisitions Communication Chargebacks Citizen Participation Matching Funds $
  • 6. The product
    • Accommodate thousands of users with ease of affordability without prohibitive software license costs.
    • Provide highly interactive interface, flexibility, most intuitive reporting that improves decision making.
    • Access any or multiple enterprise data source.
  • 7. 1KEY BI in the list of products in Government Tenders for procurement and services
  • 8. Modules of 1KEY Agile BI Suite
  • 9. Sample Reports Screen Shots of 1KEY Agile Modules
  • 10.  
  • 11. Gardening Plots Eastern_Suburbs_Plots Western_Suburbs_Plots 177 346 Projected Population in Million for year 2011 Year Description High Medium Low 2001 Island City Population 3.34 3.34 3.34 2001 Western Suburbs 5.14 5.14 5.14 2001 Eastern Suburbs 3.51 3.51 3.51 2005 Island City Population 3.33 3.32 3.32 2005 Western Suburbs 5.49 5.49 5.48 2005 Eastern Suburbs 3.92 3.91 3.91 2011 Island City Population 3.23 3.21 3.18 2011 Western Suburbs 5.99 5.99 5.95 2011 Eastern Suburbs 4.54 4.51 4.56 2016 Island City Population 3.15 3.11 3.04 2016 Western Suburbs 6.57 6.57 6.48 2016 Eastern Suburbs 4.92 4.86 4.75 2021 Island City Population 3.01 2.95 2.84 2021 Western Suburbs 7.14 7.14 6.99 2021 Eastern Suburbs 5.29 5.18 4.99 2026 Island City Population 2.86 2.78 2.64 2026 Western Suburbs 7.51 7.51 7.29 2026 Eastern Suburbs 5.52 5.36 5.1 2031 Island City Population 2.85 2.74 2.57 2031 Western Suburbs 7.87 7.87 7.56 2031 Eastern Suburbs 5.59 5.36 5.03 Tourism Revenue from Different Region Region Year Amti n USD CAGR Asia Pacific 2007 7009 6.3 Europe Middle East and Africa 2007 4152 5.1 Canada 2007 364 3.6 United States Of America 2007 11814 3.5 Latin America 2007 188 2.3 Water Source Source WaterMLD Tulsi 18 Vihar 110 Tansa 417 Upper Vaitarna 1025 Bhatsa 1650 Accident Statistics Year Cases NoOfCases 1999 Fatal 411 1999 Serious 1177 1999 Slight 5412 1999 Minor 18945 2000 Fatal 441 2000 Serious 1392 2000 Slight 5403 2000 Minor 1214 2001 Fatal 523 2001 Serious 1794 2001 Slight 4799 2001 Minor 19213 2002 Fatal 462 2002 Serious 1409 2002 Slight 4886 2002 Minor 18713 2003 Fatal 377 2003 Serious 1391 2003 Slight 4471 2003 Minor 18923 Fire Services SNo Cases CasesYear NoCases 1 Incidents of Fire 1998-99 3870 2 Incidents of House Collapse 1998-99 305 3 Rescue Calls received 1998-99 888 4 Other Calls received 1998-99 2972 5 Ambulance Calls 1998-99 991 6 Fire prevention cases 1998-99 5010 7 Persons Rescued Alive in Fire & Other calls 1998-99 1435 8 Persons Dead in Fire & Other Calls 1998-99 438 9 Animals Rescued Alive in Fire & Other Calls 1998-99 503 10 Animals Dead in Fire & Other Calls 1998-99 32 11 Incidents of Fire 1999-00 3865 12 Incidents of House Collapse 1999-00 154 13 Rescue Calls received 1999-00 1067 14 Other Calls received 1999-00 2757 15 Ambulance Calls 1999-00 1503 16 Fire prevention cases 1999-00 5600 17 Persons Rescued Alive in Fire & Other calls 1999-00 825 18 Persons Dead in Fire & Other Calls 1999-00 402 19 Animals Rescued Alive in Fire & Other Calls 1999-00 0 20 Animals Dead in Fire & Other Calls 1999-00 21 21 Incidents of Fire 2000-01 3841 22 Incidents of House Collapse 2000-01 260 23 Rescue Calls received 2000-01 1134 24 Other Calls received 2000-01 2740 25 Ambulance Calls 2000-01 863 26 Fire prevention cases 2000-01 4543 27 Persons Rescued Alive in Fire & Other calls 2000-01 697 28 Persons Dead in Fire & Other Calls 2000-01 400 29 Animals Rescued Alive in Fire & Other Calls 2000-01 0 30 Animals Dead in Fire & Other Calls 2000-01 30 31 Incidents of Fire 2001-02 3909 32 Incidents of House Collapse 2001-02 273 33 Rescue Calls received 2001-02 1390 34 Other Calls received 2001-02 3064 35 Ambulance Calls 2001-02 1059 36 Fire prevention cases 2001-02 4169 37 Persons Rescued Alive in Fire & Other calls 2001-02 801 38 Persons Dead in Fire & Other Calls 2001-02 328 39 Animals Rescued Alive in Fire & Other Calls 2001-02 0 40 Animals Dead in Fire & Other Calls 2001-02 27 41 Incidents of Fire 2002-03 3927 42 Incidents of House Collapse 2002-03 241 43 Rescue Calls received 2002-03 1474 44 Other Calls received 2002-03 3022 45 Ambulance Calls 2002-03 523 46 Fire prevention cases 2002-03 8332 47 Persons Rescued Alive in Fire & Other calls 2002-03 1245 48 Persons Dead in Fire & Other Calls 2002-03 344 49 Animals Rescued Alive in Fire & Other Calls 2002-03 1166 50 Animals Dead in Fire & Other Calls 2002-03 28
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  • 19. Our Customers
  • 20. Awards & Affiliations
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  • 22. Thank you [email_address] Corporate Office: 2/319, Millennium Business Park, Sector 1, Mahape, New Mumbai, India – 400 701 Tel: 91-22-66888999 | Fax:91-22-66889000 MAIA Intelligence