” Organize the processes for the management of public space as efficiently as possible. “
That is what i-Sago does for municipalities, governments and suppliers.
Data is often used to optimize processes. First, the information requirement is determined. Subsequently, the necessary data is collected, validated, analyzed and converted into information. With this information, it becomes possible to set up all processes as efficiently as possible.
How do we do that?
All projects we carry out often consist of several things. The activities we carry out during a project are based on three pillars: knowledge, data, and processes. But what do these pillars really mean? We would like to explain that of course.
Our broad knowledge is used for designing water and light systems, knowledge transfer in the form of training and documents, and for realizing tenders.
The design of water and light systems is about putting together a whole of components to arrive at a future-proof, flexible, expandable and easily controllable system.
The development and delivery of training requires a great deal of knowledge in the field of management processes and of determining information requirements, collecting, structuring, and combining data within different roles of the management cycle of the urban domain.
Tenders that relate to the collection and organization of data within public space require a great deal of substantive knowledge and experience. With this knowledge, we support clients in determining the correct tendering system, drawing up the Program of Requirements and Notes of information and assessing registrations for tenders.
The correct use of data can be further developed in many cases. Our specialists are constantly initiating and guiding data projects to collect and process the correct data. For example, measurement projects are realized, data are collected and combined to support the management of public space.
Missing components are developed if necessary, to collect the required data in an efficient and affordable manner. In this way, the correct information can be retrieved to manage public spaces as efficiently as possible.
In terms of processes, we can divide our services into two areas., process support and process optimization. Process support is in great demand in the field of innovative developments. In addition, process optimization is a common activity that our specialists work on. Within process optimization, we look at process analysis, description, and improvement.
It is essential to map out processes, to save the correct descriptions in the right way, to map out the digital landscape and to record data requirements. Then, we can look at developing tools to optimize, record and coordinate processes.
For example, data can be collected which can be stored and exchanged via standards. This ensures that a solution is developed with different components to achieve optimal control of the public space.