The globalizing world changes the way how individuals and organizations communicate, collaborate, and compete. International cross-border business and available information and communication technologies flatten the world and form new, complex systems of interaction. The resulting knowledge revolution, which is mainly created through interconnected markets and databases as well as a large number of participants that are virtually linked together via information and communication technologies, forces the public sector to revise strategies, management, and operations to respond to increased citizen demands in a more dynamic economic environment.
Aegis Consulting Services is a young organization with exceptional functional and technical depth in building systems for governments in India. We started modestly in building a need based Agriculture Online Licensing Management System for Fertilizers, Seeds and Pesticides to Department of Agriculture, Government of Andhra Pradesh and in a span of 8 months the project went live and there is no looking back.
Aegis Consulting has handled with patience both the government and the public in providing efficient OLMS services. Our projects have featured in the socio-economic surveys of Government continuously for the last three years. Today, we can confidently say that we understand government domain, systems, procedures and processes with authority.
This gave us a strategic advantage in developing multiple projects for governments. Today we work with many departments in Government like Industries, Health and Family Welfare, Urban Development, Co-Operative Banks etc. It’s a coincidence that all our projects have been evaluated under the “Ease of Doing Business” in state Governments. Both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana had topped the list in India and this opened up a National wide opportunity for Aegis Consulting to expand our reach to other states across India.
Moreover, governments and public sector organizations, which tend to show long processing times, lack of flexibility, and a focus on processes instead of results, face general demands of reducing costs and improve operations. The upcoming digital native generation demands better public service provision in terms of convenient access and interaction as well as ongoing personalization and customization possibilities. To relieve these growing pressures, they need to move away from traditional bureaucracy and move on to doing business that centres on the client : citizens as well as governmental and non-governmental organizations. This transition requires an uncomfortable shift, leaving behind long-standing public sector culture and work patterns, towards a novel business model that builds upon an open, transparent, and fast digital interaction between all parties involved.