The latest tools improving efficiency across government
Faced with limited resources and growing citizen expectations, public sector entities such as councils and state and federal agencies, are turning to new technology to streamline organisational processes, deliver enhanced services and improve overall efficiency.
By mapping and analysing the geographic elements in your data, advanced location-based analytics technology, produces cutting-edge visualisations that reveal patterns and trends which would otherwise remain hidden. Armed with these new insights, staff at all levels are empowered to make smarter, evidence-based decisions.
The technology – also known as Geographic Information System (GIS) technology – brings together organisation-wide data onto a common platform, vastly improving collaboration, transparency and accountability.
Read more below to discover how location-based analytics is improving service delivery and driving innovation across government.
Deliver service excellence to the nation - enrich your operations, meet your missions and better communicate with the public.
Drive innovation in your state – streamline workflows, create internal efficiencies and improve service delivery with location-based analytics.
Plan for a better future for your council area – build a smarter, safer and more sustainable community.
Strengthen and modernise land administration systems – ensure the accuracy of your data and provide customers with easy access to the information they need.
Ensure healthier outcomes for the community – develop more targeted health policies, prioritise spending and improve outcomes for vulnerable populations.
Better understand threats to protect citizens – effectively respond to emergencies, enforce the law and safeguard the community.
Leverage technology to create smarter communities – improving public safety, creating job opportunities, collaborating with business and helping to reduce pollution.
Optimise your network with transport analytics – better manage your assets and future infrastructure planning.