Public Sector

Ensure better performance of public utilities, take informed decisions and drive better initiatives.

Our public sector business intelligence solutions opens up a whole new world of possibilities by giving end-to-end and real- time insight into stagnant and unused data stored in silos. Now public sector professionals can do more with less by using our government analytics solutions. Load the data in the morning and start taking decisions in the afternoon. Our business intelligence solutions for government are built keeping all the nuances in mind. This quality makes it extremely easy to implement our solution and take less time to access critical information. By using EzDataMunch’s public sector business intelligence dashboards, government firms can achieve higher level of transparency, better insight into the performance and program accountability.

  • As the economy is growing, public sector is facing increasing demand of their services. At the same time the past experience of slow economy and fraud by biggest conglomerates have shocked the government thus forcing them to form new policies. Public expectations towards government is changing. They demand more transparent policies and better management of funds paid to the government in terms of taxes. This has created a positive pressure on government to optimally utilize public funds and be accountable for every penny spent. These changes have behooved government to take a new approach towards forming fiscal budgets and policies.

  • Government is facing increasing challenge in terms of privacy and security. With continuous advancement of technology it is becoming difficult for government to maintain highest level of security to public information. Government needs to ensure appropriate allocation of budget to departments that includes education, healthcare, police, fire departments, security, business, public welfare and more. This can be achieved by introducing smart public sector business intelligence solutions in place that can do more work in less time and give better results. Private sector has achieved amazing success by implementing latest technology that has resulted in cost reduction, better utilization of resources, enhanced business processes and improved transparency. However public sector has not achieved the same result and is under pressure to replicate the success of private sector.

  • Government and public sector firms need to show the value they are adding to the service receivers. Businesses and citizens are demanding higher levels of transparency and accountability. This demanding situation can be met by implementing a comprehensive public sector business intelligence solution. The government analytics solution uses the data to showcases the performance of multiple departments such as  education, healthcare, finance, security and more. Government business intelligence solutions can simplify the processes of taking critical decisions that are accurate and real-time.

Performance Analysis

Track economic conditions & improve city performance.

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City, Utility & Departments

Improve fund allocation to departments & control cost.

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How to Use Simple Date Functions in QlikView and QlikSense

In the present competitive world, all organizations are showing an interest in Business Analytics by using different technologies like QlikView, QlikSense and Tableau etc. In different technologies, Year wise and Period wise analysis plays a major role for monitoring...
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How to get started with NPrinting?

What is NPrinting and why it is used? Historically, QlikView has not had a particularly strong ability to print or publish reports. Qlik has preferred to concentrate their efforts on the strengths of QlikView - business intelligence and data discovery. This has lead...
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Implementation of Incremental Load in QlikView and its Benefits

Why Incremental Load? Is your BI Application hitting Database for large volumes of data? If so, is it happening frequently? As BI applications are expected to deal with larger data sets, there is a need for frequent refreshes to get the updated data. In both the...
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5 Milestones (Discoveries) driving Effective QlikView BI application

1) Data Access Layer: QlikView Adopts Multiple Data Sources. The QlikView Data Access layer supports heterogeneous data sources to load the data. Unlike all other reporting tools QlikView Data can be sourced from different databases using standard ODBC, OLEDB and JDBC...
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Patient Care Analysis

Why Patient care analysis is important for Hospitals? In a 2009 report called "Crossing the Quality Chasm", the U.S. Institute of Medicine defined patient - centred care as: “providing care that is respectful of and responsive to individual patient preferences, needs,...
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Six Rules to become a Quality QlikView Developer

If you have learned many programming languages but not settled in your career, QlikView can definitely boost your career. As a QlikView Developer, I would like to share my thoughts here. QlikView is growing rapidly. With over 30,000 customers, demand for skilled...
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9 Reasons To Have Advanced Business Intelligence Tools

Generates Reports Quickly. There are multiple departments and processes in an organization. Thus data is scattered across the organization in various formats. Lot of effort is required to gather the data, cleanse it and convert it into desirable format for analysis...
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6 Answers to Bolster Your Predictive Workforce Analytics Efforts.

Interview with Co-founder and President of EzDataMunch, Anupama Desai. Q: How is a specific line of business / business unit using your EzDataMunch predictive Workforce Analytics Software and Apps? How is your product deployed into operations? A: EzDataMunch is being...
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7 ways analytics can help Supply Chain.

There are multiple factors that affect the success of supply chain process. These factors can be divided into four broad categories such as Political, social, economical and technology. Each category encompasses various elements such as increased regulatory pressure,...
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Part 2: BI Software Implementation Pitfalls – Tips for a successful Proof of Concept.

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Address future requirements as well as current ones.
Consult with your own IT professionals.
Refuse to invest a lot of money in a POC.
Focus on BI dashboard capabilities –don’t get distracted by pretty visuals.

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