IBM, Infor Jointly Launch Public Sector Analytics Application; Doug Cox Comments

Internet connectionIBM and Infor have collaborated to develop a software application for permitting, compliance and billing processes with the goal of helping public sector clients deliver services to citizens.

The cloud-based Infor Intelligent Government of platform works to consolidate collaboration, analytics and mobile technologies and gather large volumes of data, Infor said Wednesday.

Doug Cox, vice president of IBM smarter cities and industry services, said the companies aim for the new service to help public sector organizations meet their big data and analytics needs.

Infor Intelligent Government is based on IBM’s intelligent city planning and operations software and is designed to help governments in map city operations for decision-making processes.

IBM has embedded its smarter cities technology into the application for customers to access and share data between departments and government agencies in real time.

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