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Business Intelligence and Analytics in the Public Sector: Demand and Supply Imperatives in the Age of Austerity

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IntroductionPublic sector budgets have been shrinking over the last couple of year. Demand for public services continues to grow driven by global demographic, economical and environmental trends. Governments are forced to carry on with modernization of services for automation, efficiency and capacity. The public sector has little choice but to become smarter in managing budgets and services.Scope*Opportunities for BI in the public sector*This report focuses on using BI to generate efficiency savings and improved services HighlightsBI enables organizations to create an adequate information channel that is an imperative for good decision making.BI should be the tool of choice for focused and measured spending cuts and for meeting efficiency targetsVendors must help the public sector answer the big question of whether to spend to save or just saveReasons to Purchase*This research identifies opportunities for BI in public sector*This research discusses the importance of clearly identifying the benefits of BI in order to get funding approval

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Business Intelligence and Analytics in the Public Sector: Demand and Supply Imperatives in the Age of Austerity

  1. 1. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Business Intelligence and Analytics in the Public Sector: Demandand Supply Imperatives in the Age of AusterityPublished on August 2010 Report SummaryIntroductionPublic sector budgets have been shrinking over the last couple of year. Demand for public services continues to grow driven by globaldemographic, economical and environmental trends. Governments are forced to carry on with modernization of services forautomation, efficiency and capacity. The public sector has little choice but to become smarter in managing budgets and services.Scope*Opportunities for BI in the public sector*This report focuses on using BI to generate efficiency savings and improved servicesHighlightsBI enables organizations to create an adequate information channel that is an imperative for good decision making.BI should be the tool of choice for focused and measured spending cuts and for meeting efficiency targetsVendors must help the public sector answer the big question of whether to spend to save or just saveReasons to Purchase*This research identifies opportunities for BI in public sector*This research discusses the importance of clearly identifying the benefits of BI in order to get funding approval Table of ContentSUMMARY 2Impact 2Ovum view 2Key messages 2BI ENABLES ORGANISATIONS TO CREATE AN ADEQUATE INFORMATION CHANNEL THAT IS AN IMPERATIVE FOR GOODDECISION MAKING 3The complex world of public services makes BI essential for better decisions 3BI is part of the information management stack of technologies 4Business Intelligence and Analytics in the Public Sector: Demand and Supply Imperatives in the Age of Austerity (From Slideshare) Page 1/4
  2. 2. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!The devil is in the data 7Consolidation and innovation continues to shape the BI Market 7BI SHOULD BE THE TOOL OF CHOICE FOR FOCUSED AND MEASURED SPENDING CUTS AND FOR MEETING EFFICIENCYTARGETS 9The "do nothing" option looks easy but it comes at a price 9Enhancing corporate performance 10Tackling crime, tax evasion and benefit fraud 10Mitigating risks and achieving regulatory compliance 11Smarter and more agile Government 11Improving customer service planning and delivery 12Case study 1: Intelligence driven performance management at work at Oslo Prison 12Case study 2: Predictive analytics helps Richmond Police fight crime and improve resource deployment 13VENDORS MUST HELP THE PUBLIC SECTOR ANSWER THE BIG QUESTION OF WHETHER TO SPEND TO SAVE OR JUSTSAVE 14With BI, size does not matter 14Building the business case for BI 15The full impact of the financial crisis is only just beginning to hit the public sector 16Making BI a proposition that is hard to refuse 18RECOMMENDATIONS 19Recommendations for enterprises 19There is more to BI than technology 19BI without data quality is not worth having 19Accelerate skills development for advanced analytics to maximise the return on BI investments 20Re-using and sharing BI knowledge and skills can help significantly reduce costs 20Recommendations for vendors 20Act now to help BI thrive and grow in the public sector 20Aim to deliver more public sector specific applications 21Increase the appeal of BI to users 21Eliminate platform integration issues 21APPENDIX 21Further reading 21Methodology 22List of FiguresFigure 1: The Information Management Technology Stack 4Figure 2: BI application - Layers and functionality 6Figure 3: US and European government IT budget changes expected in 2011 17Business Intelligence and Analytics in the Public Sector: Demand and Supply Imperatives in the Age of Austerity (From Slideshare) Page 2/4
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