Information Systems (IS) are ubiquitous in the public sphere and have a major role in the relationship between administrations and theirs users.
The public sector is undergoing a lot of changes related to the rise of digital practices. Quality and efficiency of the IS is becoming a necessary condition for global performance.
This deep transformation occurs in a very compartmented organizational context, with increasingly restricted budgets. This context compels the administration to optimize and centralize the IS, shifting from a means driven approach to a result driven approach.
Redsen helps clients address these new challenges, such as making sure that the IS fulfills user needs, unifying and mutualizing its operating, urbanizing and industrializing, and delivering high quality services at a fair price.