Infosys Public Sector: Navigate your next to a Digital Government
Digital technologies are transforming how government agencies in Australia and New Zealand operate and deliver services. From serving constituents through government offices to delivering the services that constituents actually need from anywhere, anytime and through any channel. From taking months, and sometimes years, to address new requests to rapidly prototyping ideas and quickly adapting to requirements. And, from passively addressing physical and cyber threats to proactively securing the entire IT, process and service landscape to assure service delivery.
A series of initiatives or 'nexts' are driving this transformation. It is important for the agencies to identify the right next and execute it successfully.
Our value proposition
We enable government agencies to identify the right ‘nexts’ and successfully navigate those ‘nexts’ to become digital. Whether you are looking to optimize and modernize core systems and processes through automation and AI or to empower your agency with agile digital at scale, Infosys Public Sector has the experience and expertise that enables our clients to build a digital foundation.
- A comprehensive digital framework to navigate the ‘nexts’ and deliver measurable outcomes across customer experience, insights and innovation, accelerated execution and service assurance
- 30+ years of cross-industry experience adapted for the public sector to identify and define the right ‘next’
- Strategic partnerships with best-of-breed software companies to offer COTS and Cloud-based solutions and accelerators for faster deployment
- Predictable, on-time, on-budget execution through proven delivery models to successfully deliver our clients’ ‘nexts’ and always-on learning to drive continuous improvement
Infosys’ recent study, Infosys Digital Acceleration Study: Infosys Australia and New Zealand reveals that 86 percent of leaders perceive medium to high levels of digital disruption within public service. Understandably, gaining operational efficiencies (63 percent) is cited as the key driver behind digital transformation initiatives with public service leaders. As citizens become more accustomed to frictionless customer experiences in their interactions with businesses, public service organisations need to deliver on similar expectations.
Learn more from our Digital Acceleration Study