We regret to inform you that we are forced to postpone this webcast, due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts with key presenters. We apologize for the inconvenience. We will post a new date and time as soon as it is available.
The path to Smarter Government is not an easy one. Through its work with forward-thinking clients over the last 100 years, IBM has seen firsthand the kinds of transformation required to meet the challenges of the 21st century. We believe it requires leadership with the ability to collaborate across agency and jurisdictional boundaries. It requires working with stakeholders to find best practices, leverage technology, and create open and collaborative approaches to solving major issues. And in the face of mounting complexity, it requires government agencies to use all of the data at their disposal to optimize their resources and inform their decisions.
How can you work to optimize your resources and better inform decisions? The answer is Analytics. Analytics offers relief from funding and expense challenges, the growth in massive amounts of data and operational inefficiencies. With government under tremendous pressure to reduce costs and do more with less, appropriately applying business analytics can help your organization use real data to gain greater insight and guide the process of making hard funding decisions. Agency staff can use modeling, simulation and other data-driven approaches to make decisions that both save money and improve mission performance.
Join host Curtis Clark and industry leaders to hear the how government organizations are leveraging their data to optimize delivery on their mission.
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This event is targeted at government officials in federal, state, local, regional, provincial and municipal agencies and organizations and councils that spearhead programs with challenges brought on by the information overload, and the need to better serve, better manage and more transparently report on outcomes.