INDUSTRIES

Government

Government agencies have seen an increased need for improving and developing their information technology landscapes. This is seen as a step to increase connectivity to the masses, simplify management of state/local resources and facilitate transparency. In 2009, governments have cost effectiveness, quality and productivity enhancement as a primary objective

As a consequence of the financial crisis, there is great pressure to reduce cost of IT operations. Governments are hence looking at consolidation, virtualization, shared services, use of nonproprietary solutions and other cost-cutting actions to achieve this.

This segment includes a range of government bodies such as,

  • Federal government
  • State/Local government
  • Regulatory/Administrative agencies
  • International agencies

The segment also includes government specific functional areas which have been identified as the cornerstones of the improvement agenda.

Key Benefits:

  • flexible and robust delivery models will assist government agencies with budget reductions mandated by government leaders. This will help achieve operational efficiencies within the present budget allocations without cutting corners at quality and functionality.
  • Enhanced monitoring and decision making intelligence, customer centricity, business process management and Green IT are some of the focus areas for the government.
  • We believe that through our project management skill and extensive technology capabilities, will be able to steer critical, economic advancement driven IT projects that have been undertaken.