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Curtis Wood, CIO of the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS), is charged with combining the IT programs and staff of 14 different agencies ranging from the Parole Board to fire services to emergency management.
As Wood surveyed the applications in use, he saw plenty of opportunities for streamlining and cost savings.
It can merge redundant systems into a common platform that reduces complexity, saves money on software licensing and enhances information sharing.
“Often these are homegrown legacy systems that are being converted to a single functional suite that is easier to support and has more interoperability,” noted Max Claps, research director for Gartner Research.
I'm a looking for an accounting software solution (cloud-based preferably) that can track and consolidate multiple entities within a single interface and that has intercompany eliminations and drill-down features.
My requirements are most analogous to those of a real estate development company: there is a parent (management) company and then for each project there will be a new company (an LLC) which will have its own EIN, bank account, investors, will have to file taxes, employees and/or contractors, etc.
“Why have 14 different inventory asset management or fleet management applications? “In the e-learning arena, we have many different applications in use in the agencies — or in some cases, none at all.
We think we can save money and provide a consistent platform.” After several months of planning work with agency stakeholders, Wood’s application consolidation team is doing an inventory of all applications and determining where to host them.The enterprise applications, those that are statewide or public-facing, are being shifted to the public safety data center.