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Collaboration for cost efficient development sharing of know how experience and eservices solutions

Collaborationfor cost-efficient development & sharing of know-how, experience and eServices solutions

Claes-Olof Olsson

Sambruk

Swedish Association of Municipalities for Joint Development of Public e-Services

Sweden


Operational challenges

Operational Challenges

e-Services in Public Admin; ”Lipstick on the Pig” – or;truly enhancing operational efficiency ??

Business process analysis & BPR– supported by ”intelligent” ICT solutions

Limited (no) resources / know-how toimplementing “BPR” and new ICT solutions

ICT Vendors = Oligopoly => limited innovation

=>

Collaboration

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The market challenge

The Market Challenge

kommunal verksamhetsutveckling

Buyer

LocalMunicipality

... 290 municipalities

ICT

Supplier

and/or

service provider

www.sambruk.se


Sambruk

Sambruk

Initiatedas a network in 2003, 11 ICT Mgrs

Association of >100 Swedish Municipalities

Formallyelectedboard;Councillorsand senior managers

Business dev’tprojects => enhancedpublic services, enabled by e-Services solutions

Active support by academic R&D resources

Minimal central adminstaff (tot 2 FTE) 100 persons in variousprojects

www.sambruk.se


Collaboration sambruk

Collaboration – Sambruk

Project

coordination

  • SAMBRUK

  • Info dissemination

  • Programme Office

  • Repository

Municipality

Consultant(s)

Municipality

ICT Vendor(s)

Municipality

R & D

Municipality

  • RESULTS – tangible

  • Reports / spec’s

  • Applications

”we have a problem…”

and/or

”we have an idea!!”

  • RESULTS – intangible

  • Knowledgesharing

  • Lobbying

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Accomplishments

Accomplishments

Collaborative Working Environment

Bespoke e-Services applications

Roadmap for SOA

Framework for Source Code Sharing =>New Business Model; ICT Vendor  Cust’r

Strong(er) bargaining power twds ICT vendors

Speaking Partner to National Gov’t Agencies(who don’t listen to individual Municipalities…)

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Collaboration swot

Collaboration – SWOT

S

O

  • Shared experience & know-how=> best practise

  • Sharing project costs

  • Enhanced buying power

  • Broader Reach for New Ideas & Solutions(two-way)

  • National Agency for Regions & Municipalities is now copying SAMBRUK

  • Internal negotiation & approval @home => time delay

  • Diverse existing ICT infrastructures => different demands on app’s

  • Neglected / ignored by Gov’t Agencies

  • Existing ICT infratructure and Legacy systems too costly to replace (short to mid-term)

T

W

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Conclusion

Conclusion

Collaboration paramount  paradigm shifts

Need for Business Process Re-engineering

Need for new, innovative e-solutions, vsICT Vendors’ Business Models and S/W Architecture

Collaboration w/ Gov’t Agencies

Complexity of a Collaborative Working Environment

“Weakness” of FOSS-models

Existing Legacy Systems

  • Cost-effective results;

  • Best practices

  • New e-Services

  • New Business Models

  • Enhanced Buying & Negotiation Strength

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Claes olof olsson sambruk

Thank you!

Claes-Olof Olsson

Head of Operations

Sambruk

Swedish Association of Municipalities for Joint Development of Public e-Services

Sweden

[email protected]

+46 (0)703 – 14 11 92

www.sambruk.se

www.sambruk.se


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