Municipalities

Do More With Less

 

More so than at any other time in recent history, cities and counties have been tasked to “do more with less.” With some of the tightest budgets on record, municipalities are struggling to overhaul their organizations, increase revenue, increase transparency, streamline staff and achieve their missions. Panorama understands these pressures, and partners with cities and counties to deliver insight, create momentum and achieve results, usually by implementing municipal government ERP systems.

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Transformation: Process Improvement & Municipal Government ERP Systems

 

In this time of austerity and accountability, there is no room for transformation that takes too long, cost too much and don’t deliver the expected returns. Panorama’s local government ERP services are designed to assess city and county governments to determine how to improve performance, procure and implement related solutions and promote change to staff, citizens and stakeholders.

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Return on Citizenship

 

The goal of our local government ERP services is to help you succeed in your mission to serve citizens. While our recommendations differ based on the needs of each client, this fundamental principle will never be compromised.

We help you achieve optimal performance while controlling costs, increasing communication and creating value for every affected employee and citizen. Our approach is based on best practices from both the public and private sector. We also leverage proprietary, fully-compliant methodologies.

Success Stories

ERP Selection 

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Panorama led an effort to determine the city’s business requirements. In addition to all the departments and functions typical of many municipalities, we examined and identified requirements in areas as diverse as utility billing and student information systems.

Technology Assessment

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The city requested assistance in evaluating its existing capabilities. This evaluation involved a review of the city’s operations and an assessment of current systems to determine which should be migrated into a centralized ERP and which should continue to stand alone.

Project Auditing

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Panorama presented the city with three potential paths they could take to ensure their budget was spent wisely. The city chose to contract a project manager with the necessary experience. The project is currently being executed according to our recommendations.