18 Jun 5 Steps to SaaS for Public Sector
Software-as-a-Service or SaaS for public sector can help keep public services available and keep the business of government moving forward, even during times of disruption and partial shutdowns.
According to a recent Gartner Research article, governments at all stages are still lagging behind public sector in cloud adoption.
“Although government CIOs who have safely migrated encountered challenges — such as a lack of an enterprise cloud strategy, internal skills or access to an external talent pool — they succeeded nonetheless,” said, Neville Cannon, Senior Director Analyst, Gartner.
Here are Gartner’s five steps to going cloud in the public sector with SaaS for Public Sector:
• Create a policy, strategy and adoption plan
• Establish a cloud center of excellence
• Build essential skills
• Expand SaaS use
• Increase the adoption of cloud policy across the enterprise
With SaaS for public sector, employees are able to access important software remotely, so they are able to work from home or anywhere with an internet connection. With the ability to access analytic software like enterprise resources planning with real-time data and dashboards, government leaders can make forward looking decisions and inform policy based on actionable insights.
SaaS is scalable to adapt and meet the changing needs of governments of all sizes. The ideal SaaS for government will be highly customizable, allowing agencies to tailor the solution to fit their needs. Users can also be given permissions to configure the system to fit their specific work needs.
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