Maximize your resources with applied analytics solutions for the public sector

Optimize limited resources by focusing on the programs that matter most to constituents and citizens – for increased public value.  Our applied analytics solutions for the public sector can help you align resources behind the right programs, control finances, and connect execution with policy.

  • Integrate corporate, departmental, and agency planning
  • Connect long range planning with planning and performance reporting
  • Conduct what-if scenarios to help executives and policy makers make informed decisions
  • Leverage pre-configured public sector specific content to support critical business processes and needs


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Closing the Big Data Gap in Public Sector

Big data and analytics are held in high regard by agencies worldwide, but implementing government programs remains challenging. Read the results of this survey to learn how agencies are addressing hit challenge.

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Public Sector: Understand Your Constituents

Need to better understand your constituents? Dealing with massive volumes of complicated, disparate data? Find out how to consolidate all of your public sector data and convert it into meaningful insights through visualization – with simple, easy-to-use, self-service visual analytics software from SAP.

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Give Citizens Insight into Public Initiatives

Empower citizens to better understand how their tax money and fees are being invested in the community – with the SAP Citizen Insight mobile app for iPad. This app allows citizens to see goals, key measures, and improvement programs of their local government, utility, or public transportation department.

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