Using Shared Services to Improve Service Delivery and Contain IT Costs Webcast
Join Government Technology and The Center for Digital Government for an informative Webcast to learn about shared services in a government context. We will show how you can improve service delivery and contain IT costs through a shared services deployment of enterprise application software.
Governments at all levels - federal, state and local - face constant pressure to optimize personnel resources and reduce spending while providing responsive services to both internal and external stakeholders. A shared services delivery model provides a framework for governments to leverage economies of scale through the principles of standardization and automation of various public administration and lines of business services common to multiple agencies and departments.
At this event you will discover how government organizations can:
Leverage a single deployment of enterprise applications across multiple organizations
Reduce duplication of effort that drives up IT costs
Achieve economies of scale that make IT systems and processes more efficient
Identify whether a shared services approach is right for your organization
Modernize legacy systems using a collaborative approach
Will Greer, Vice President State and Local Sales, Central Region, SAP
John Miri, Former Director of E-Government and Web Services, State of Texas and Senior Fellow, The Center for Digital Government