GIS services allow for time-saving tactics, smarter decisions and more holistic approaches to comprehending data analytics.
The road to achieving tangible benefits is a journey that involves repeatable steps to ensure success. They include the forming, storming, norming and performing phases.
To successfully manage a new data analytics program, the entire agency must be united behind common goals. With the right data and the right systems for maintenance, your agency can adopt reliable and game-changing solutions.
The best approach for government is to engage vendors early in the process when considering cloud and to reuse FedRAMP authorizations where possible.
“Governed visual analytics is essential,” said Heather Gittings, Director of Public Sector Market Development at Qlik. “Unfortunately, people hear governance and assume a heavy burden will be placed on the IT department. But that’s not the case.”
I have bad news for you. Most people find data really, really boring. Really boring. That means that our charge is to figure out the story behind the data and communicate it in a compelling way.
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In biological ecosystems, plants and animals rely on each other to spread energy throughout their ecosystems. Local governments increasingly are coming out of their silos and working together, sometimes in the form of collaboratives to bring people together to solve problems using data.
“The way forward for developing modern analytics capabilities in the cloud requires an agile approach,” said Michael Kennedy, Director of Public Sector Cloud Strategy at Catapult. “While there are times when it is necessary to build big to accommodate massive amounts of information, that is the exception, not the norm.”