An agile government with flexible IT
An agile government can respond quickly and effectively to evolving needs in society and organisations. All the more important in a time of major societal changes, higher expectations from people and businesses, and new political demands.
When new regulations, services and other initiatives are rolled out, existing IT often finds it difficult to adapt to the new requirements and needs. Deployment then drags on, slowing down your admin processes.
Flexible IT and information, on the other hand, makes governments more agile.
Ordina supports governments in building a composable IT landscape with our Composable Enterprise Architecture solution, so they can get the information they need, when they need it. This kind of landscape consists of functional components that are easy to replace, re-use, expand and connect. Think of it as building blocks, made up of existing and new digital applications.
With semantic data management, the data that components need to work with remain discoverable, available and adaptable. This creates flexible IT and information that makes governments more agile.
Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and agile working also play a crucial part in this. With ALM, old rigid information systems are deciphered and transformed into flexible, composable IT. Whereas agile working ensures IT delivers quickly in short, iterative cycles, which sees the business and IT work closely together.
Composable IT. Functional components that are easy to replace, re-use, expand and connect.
Semantic data management. For flexible IT data that is discoverable, available and adaptable.
Application Lifecycle Management. Transforms old rigid IT systems into flexible, composable IT.
Organisational change. Agile working ensures IT delivers quickly in short, iterative cycles, which sees the business and IT work closely together.