In today’s connected world, it is vital to understand how people’s lives will change in future, how business models will develop, and how societies and economies will evolve. If governments can anticipate how demand for public services is likely to alter, they will be better positioned to respond to those changes.
If governments can anticipate how demand for public services is likely to alter, they will be better positioned to respond to those changes. A wide range of analytic techniques to describe issues, diagnose causes, predict trends, and prescribe solutions are already in use. Indeed, they can optimize the delivery of public services such as healthcare, transportation, and education.
Further, data analysis will also help in areas where non-compliance is occurring and help develop strategies to address such issues. Governments can predict, for example, who is at risk of developing a chronic disease and act to prevent it. Eventually, it will also help in public-interest arenas, like predicting and preventing benefit fraud, as well as creating bespoke study programs and improving public transport’s responsiveness and customer-centricity.
Improved citizen services, enhanced response times and higher satisfaction rates
Increased efficiency, improved resource allocation or reduced government spending
Better targeting of government services, improved tax collection, increased revenue
Better risk management practices, reduced legal liabilities, improved regulatory compliance
Reduced wait times, improved citizen flow, or faster resolution times
Better experience with emergency response times and public safety outcomes
Strong customer support, for government agencies to extract most out of analytics solutions