Digitally empowered citizens have begun a trend of participative governance by voicing their opinions on social as well as traditional media. In order to achieve this, governmental bodies (at the Centre, state, and Panchayat level) need to make their IT infrastructure and initiatives more agile and customer-centric. Budget outlays for e-governance and citizen-centric applications aim at improving communication with citizens, simplifying management of state and local resources, and facilitating transparency. In migrating to a more efficient IT landscape, governmental bodies including banks and municipalities are looking at consolidation, virtualization, shared services, use of non-proprietary solutions, and other cost-cutting measures.
For more than two decades, NIIT Technologies’ agile and transformational IT solutions and services model has been adding value to the IT initiatives of governmental establishments. Our customized and innovative solutions based on our domain expertise, address the unique challenges of governmental organizations. We have improved delivery efficiency — and introduced process transparency — for numerous governmental organizations.
We have successfully executed complex e-governance projects around the world to deliver measurable value with predictability. “Intranet Prahari,” a project by NIIT Technologies, has won accolades including the Skoch Digital Inclusion Award for Best Process Automation and the e-Gov Award for Best G2G initiative of the Year 2012.
Why partner with NIIT Technologies?
NIIT Technologies brings to governmental organizations:
- Deep understanding of governmental processes, based on our experience in government projects
- Strong credentials in delivering large, pan-India IT projects across domains
- Experience in multi-location, end-to-end systems integration
- 24x7 helpdesk facilities
- Experience from long-term engagements with key government customers
- Complete lifecycle programme management: Strategy-design-build-support
- Processes and solutions geared towards improving efficiencies