By Dena Mashburn
We just wrapped up participating in the recent NASTD Annual Conference & Technology Showcase. This year’s theme, Embracing Change Together, is highly relevant as we all face an evolving technology landscape. No one is exempt – even within the public sector, where State CIOs are challenged to reduce costs while providing citizens with better services.
Without a doubt, the role of IT in the public sector is becoming more complex as states look to operate more efficiently and effectively. They need to be able to quickly adapt, evolve and respond to new demands and opportunities, while managing mounting fiscal pressures, emerging technologies, new business models and increased public expectations. In speaking with many customers and attendees at the show, I noticed a lot of similarities faced by the states and enterprise IT executives alike:
As state technology leaders and government entities embrace the digital revolution, they must think about how to best manage their full communications technology lifecycle. This includes everything from expense management, usage, assets, service support, shared services management and all related workflows. Working with an expert solution provider like Calero can help you obtain a more holistic view into your overall communications spend, identify areas to optimize costs and drive overall business value.
To learn more about how two public sector organizations are benefiting from a Calero solution, check out this blog: How Two Government Entities Innovate With CLM/TEM For Big Results.
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