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Public Sector

Bringing public services closer to the people

Innovations for the public

Introducing changes in the public sphere usually takes more effort than in the commercial enterprises but ultimately serves larger groups of people. We help institutions and governmental organisations speed up digital transformation and provide smart services to the public.

Public institutions often struggle with limited resources. Therefore, partnering up with an IT consultancy company enables them to focus on the heart of the matter rather than on know-how which is then ensured by the partner.

Driving innovation starts with being open-minded and understanding what benefits tech solutions can bring to the public sector. The most successful decision-makers look for these new opportunities. The central point of their endeavours always remains the same - improving everyday lives of citizens, communities, workers or local businesses.

Digital mapping for inclusiveness

Mobile geolocation is one of the spheres that is crucial for serving public services. In cases of developing countries it’s a real game changer. The digital solutions enable mapping rural households and assign virtual addresses to their residents.

As a result, previously excluded communities can now have access to such essential services as calling police or an ambulance, receiving post, voting, etc. Having an address also means such districts can be included in government infrastructure programs that aim at providing water, electricity and sanitation.

We have created geolocation solutions to assign virtual addresses in South Africa. This helped to provide the most necessary public services to the excluded areas. This change was so impactful that it has sparked growth of local businesses like rural grocery delivery and mobile payment applications.

Data Crowdsourcing

Citizens want to have a direct impact on the way their city or country operates. Voting and civic budgets are the most obvious options. Yet, with new technologies new possibilities emerge. Crowdsourcing is especially becoming popular as it enables public institutions to ask people directly for ideas, solutions or essential information regarding a particular issue. In the past such feedback would be difficult to organise, time-consuming, and most likely ineffective. Nowadays gathering data through apps and platforms is instant and allows to analyse results within minutes.

A great example of crowdsourcing for a good cause is collecting data on sources of air pollution. We have developed a platform and a mobile app that encouraged residents of Polish cities to provide information on spots of pollution emissions in their vicinity. As a result, we’ve created a map of areas that required immediate assistance. Data provided by the citizens helped local authorities and NGOs to raise awareness and draw a repair plan for improving air quality.

Pave the way for innovations