Public Sector

Improve the way you use data to develop and support business processes and service delivery.


Globally, the public sector is consumed with data - more specifically - people, location and assets. Harness the power of location intelligence by providing, promoting and disseminating accurate, current and complete geospatial and non-geospatial data, to meet citizen and customer needs. Pitney Bowes technology enables entities around the world to make better decisions. The integration of software and data allows a public sector organization to use enterprise information assets to support strategic, tactical and operational decisions.

Manage social service availablity

Forecast the impact social changes like employment rate, migration, life-expectancy and crime will have on social services and plan accordingly.

Reduce spending and TCO of IT

Consolidate data and rationalize community expenses by identifying opportunity for synergy and consolidation.

Increase citizen satisfaction

Increase citizen safety and foster a thriving community that contributes.

 

 

 

 

Customer Case Studies

Brimbank City Council evolves to become more customer-centric with help from Pitney Bowes.

Brimbank City Council is one of the largest metropolitan councils in Australia. It prides itself on cultural diversity, having embraced more than 156 nationalities from around the globe. Their services include waste collection, senior and child care, parks, pets and disaster response.

Their mission was to drive a community-first work culture right across the organization. In order to do that, they had to support their staff with the right technology so that they could provide the best service possible.

MapInfo™ Pro software helps GeoAssurance chart potential hazards for California home buyers.

GeoAssurance produces location reports of natural and manmade hazards in California. This helps potential home buyers make informed decisions before purchase.

The company wanted to map properties' proximity to hazards, then provide sellers with reports they could share with potential buyers. Such a business would require precision cartography, no easy task at a time when geographic information systems were in their infancy They tried linking CAD technologies with then-popular GIS programs to produce hazard maps that were simple enough for everyday consumers to understand.  Many GIS programs used proprietary programming languages, most programmers were unfamiliar with these languages and would require significant training.

Pitney Bowes software helps Amey manage and maintain public roads in the UK.

With 21,000 employees, Amey PLC keeps daily life functioning in almost every neighbourhood across the UK. Amey is one of the largest and most diverse companies working for the public and regulated sectors in the UK, with the ultimate aim of creating better places for people to live, work and travel.

In order to provide better value to its clients, Amey needed a modern infrastructure and asset management solution. It wanted this solution to provide a clearer line of sight across work schedules and available resources. The company also wanted to more easily manage work processes end-to-end while improving communications with its unitary authority clients.