Do you worry about those IT jargons that apparently make no sense? Are you clear on platform, device, hardware, and software options? What should be the negotiation points and tactics with your IT and GIS vendors for products and services? What part of mobility and cloud bandwagon you want for your enterprise and for what purposes?
The market is becoming overly complex with options, challenges, and IT jargons. Agencies face continuous challenges to accomplish more with less to address compliance, legal and regulatory requirements, IT and GIS strategies, capital budget planning, political imbalances, economic landscape changes, and capital and operating budgets constraints. Optimal IT and GIS systems and processes are needed to address these moving gears, and improve business performance and operations efficiency. Understanding, planning, and implementing technologies in the right way at the right time is key to success. We will also discuss benefits, ROI, and case studies - how other local govt. entities are already using these technologies to streamline their business successfully, and manage resources for most efficient and best use. We will share local govt. success stories, and most importantly lessons learned that will help you. We encourage extensive interactions during the session and expose you to the tools and knowledge base to develop your organization’s game plan.
0.6 Water CEUs
114 North Oak Street
Warden, WA 98857
$160 ERWoW Members / $185 Non-Members
Location: Warden Community Center
*Locations are subject to change