Pitney Bowes is helping Local and Central Governments to cut costs by improving citizen communications, public service delivery and asset management whilst ensuring public safety and contingency planning.
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Aberdeenshire Council’s Transportation and Infrastructure (T&I) service took the decision to purchase a single integrated asset management system that could cover all of the Council’s main infrastructure assets. Its aim was to maximise business benefit and cost savings by radically reducing its IT overhead and enabling its staff to work smarter and more efficiently.
At a time when cities and traffic in general are becoming more congested, urban planning software such as Pitney Bowes Software’s Paramics is becoming an essential tool for tertiary educational institutions in creating world-class urban planning and engineering courses. For engineering students at the Barbara Hardy Institute – Transport Systems Centre (TSC) at the University of South Australia (UniSA), Paramics software has been instrumental in planning highly detailed urban traffic and pedestrian modelling based on real-life city infrastructure.
Pitney Bowes Arrival® technology helps to streamline mail processing at the Government Mail Service.
The City of Ballarat implemented the ConfirmConnect solution from Pitney Bowes, now allowing field staff to perform effective asset management tasks out in the field in real-time.
Victoria’s City of Casey Council required a platform on which it could build an intuitive and easily used mapping system that would spatially locate vulnerable community groups within the municipality during times of emergency.
Mailroom investment paying off for Defra HQ.
The Department needed a reliable and efficient system capable of managing information flows relevant to customers and service providers participating in the Australian Broadband Guarantee Program.
With growing ratepayer and council service expectations, Golden Plains Shire Council wanted to enhance and improve the existing council mapping capabilities and systems. Central to this requirement was the need for easy to maintain data, integration with new and existing applications and a single vendor solution to ensure the consistency in the display and visualisation of information.
The City of Greater Shepparton implemented the Pitney Bowes Software Confirm solution to enable Council to perform effective asset management. Confirm enables service managers to determine the total cost of providing infrastructure services to the community and manage asset renewals and levels of service.
As one of the fastest growing population areas in New Zealand, Kapiti Coast District Council needed to develop a comprehensive strategy and plan for future community sustainability. Central to achieving this objective was the need to gain a accurate, and more visual insight for better and sustainable decision making.
LCC needed a cohesive system that could streamline these processes and deliver cost and efficiency savings. Integrating MapInfo Stratus and Confirm solutions with its existing SAP CRM database enabled LCC to use web mapping to simplify reporting, improve the geographical accuracy of work orders, and provide better information to the public about repairs.
Medway Council needed a highways asset management system that could tightly integrate with both its customer service centre and contractor systems. It also wanted realtime financial control over contractor maintenance jobs in order to run its highways budget more efficiently.
To reduce the amount of manual data manipulation and to streamline processes, increase accuracy and provide new ways to visualise land attribute data.
MapInfo Professional allows this city council to visualise and analyse information that is critical for better service.
Swan Hill engaged Pitney Bowes Software to provide a cloud-based mapping portal. The online mapping portal on Swan Hill’s website allows visitors to find and visualise the location of services and attractions nearest to them.
The Safer Derbyshire Partnership wanted to identify juvenile crime hotspots near three schools in order to deploy resources such as Police Community Support Officers more effectively.
To improve its service to the public, Transport for NSW undertook a major upgrade of its public-facing journey planner website (www.131500.com.au). They partnered with Pitney Bowes Software to implement the MapInfo StreetPro dataset as its core road network representation.
At a time when cities and traffic in general are becoming more congested, urban planning software such as Pitney Bowes Software’s Paramics is becoming an essential tool for tertiary educational institutions in creating world-class urban planning and engineering courses.
For engineering students at the Barbara Hardy Institute – Transport Systems Centre (TSC) at the University of South Australia (UniSA), Paramics software has been instrumental in planning highly detailed urban traffic and pedestrian modelling based on real-life city infrastructure.
WDH needed to organises its vast spatial data into one place to make it available to its 1400 users across the organisation.