Building stronger communities and governments with data.
Transform state and local government with robust data and analytics
State and local governments can be slow to modernize. It’s time to shift that paradigm by building a cloud-based, robust data and analytics operation that focuses on real-time access to what matters most: improving service to citizens, proactively responding to changing public needs and enhancing outcome based emergency preparedness. Ibi makes this (and much more) possible by transforming government data into actionable intelligence that guides strategic decision-making. Achieve operational efficiency and see organizational effectiveness sky rocket by gaining economies of scale across departments for the future-facing government your citizens desire and demand.
How we help
Empower all departments from cities to counties and statewide to collaborate with each other, access real-time information and make decisions with total transparency.
Bring together data from disparate sources for a single view of citizens, while improving the delivery of community health and preventive health programs.
Button up and build a deep understanding of internal operations through aggregated human resources and financial data, revenue monitoring, fraud detection and compliance reporting, all in one place.
Be aware and prepare
Global crises lead to the evolution of technology; each iteration to any organization’s response plan is the sum of painful lessons on the significance of situational awareness.
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City of Brampton, Ontario
Brampton, Ontario, a prosperous and diverse suburb of Toronto, is home to 600,000 people and a growing number of corporate headquarters. Over the past decade, the city has identified and addressed a series of technical hurdles:
Data quality and consistency: Brampton’s departments and agencies kept different and incompatible records that made it difficult to achieve accurate citywide snapshots of properties, citizens and employees.
Data-based decision making: Analytics necessary to drive smarter decisions were not always available in a useful and easily accessible form.
IT efficiency: As the scale of data gathering and processing increased, so did the complexity of maintaining the required technology infrastructure.
The advantage to us is simpler administration. We can leave the maintenance and infrastructure concerns to Amazon and Information Builders, so our staff can focus on activities that benefit our client base.”
Team Leader, Digital innovation and IT Division
City of Brampton
Building for the future
In 2019, the city adopted ibi’s Cloud, moving its data and analytics software and support to an environment hosted by Amazon Web Services.
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Louisiana Department of Health
In 2014, the Louisiana Office of Technology Services (OTS) began building a new Medicaid enrollment system. But to work properly, the Medicaid system needed not only to gather data from myriad other state and federal systems; it also had to sort through inconsistencies to determine the residency, income level and other key facts about applicants. Pressure on the project built in 2016, when Governor John Bel Edwards added 481,000 recipients through Medicaid expansion. Another pain point: Auditors for the state legislature regularly identified cases of Medicaid fraud, many attributable to the archaic computer system.
ibi software allowed us to put together a 360-degree view of the citizen. This and other data management projects directly align with the goals and views of the administration. The level of support we receive from ibi is essential for this type of vision to become reality.”
Richard “Dickie” Howze
Chief Information Officer
State of Louisiana
“There are endless opportunities to standardize our data management practices and extend these golden records to support many other systems. Ibi is an important part of that strategy.” – Michael Allison, State of Louisiana, chief technology officer.
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