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Changing Trends in Regional Government Enterprise Solution Requirements

Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Published On: November 15 2011
Download this report for in-depth analysis of the software priorities for regional and local governments, based on TEC software selection project data. Key issues include factors related to change, cloud computing, transparency and accountability, and collaboration and shared services. Also in this report: analysis of interviews with governmental clients of UNIT4, located in various areas of Western Europe and the US.


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