Outdated legacy systems:
Government based Legacy systems continue to grow increasingly outdated. Solutions that were once state of the art are no longer capable of meeting job requirements. Stand-alone solutions that are difficult to update and integrate with other applications require frequent maintenance and increasingly hard-to-find specialists, resulting in duplicate entry of data and expensive operating costs.
Budget pressures and competition for funding:
In times where it’s difficult to increase Public Sector revenue streams, the pressure to do more with less continues to grow. By investing in one platform, municipals lower the risk of dissatisfaction of their citizens.
Growing citizen expectations:
Citizens have experienced improved service levels through interactions with private sector organizations, and expectations are high for public sector organizations to follow suit. The bar has been raised for Public Sector organization to display transparency, ease of information access, and citizen self-service capabilities.
Public Sector workforces will soon require substantial digital replenishment in the coming years, as growing numbers of workers reach the age of retirement. Until they do retire, these workers may potentially be less technically sophisticated than younger workers, placing a premium on ease of use and training when implementing technology solutions. With tight budget constraints, replacing retiring workers could become more and more challenging. Investing in technology boosts employee efficiency and makes it possible for employees to manage similar or increased workloads, reducing the need to hire extra staff.
TechAir Services (Government)
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Government
- Land Management
- Business Licensing
- Field Service Inspections
- Address Management
- Community Portal Development for Citizen Self Service
- Data Integration & Migration
- GIS Development
- Power BI Reporting
- Web Development
- Cloud Services (Office 365 & Azure)