2022 Outlook on E-Governance Platforms and Services Industry

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Dublin, 12 July 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Growth opportunities for e-governance platforms and services” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

Rapid urbanization triggers a strategic need to modernize existing urban infrastructure and move to a more agile administration model. Traditional governance techniques require incremental transformation to respond more quickly and effectively to the changing needs of citizens. A digitized governance model not only helps create better solutions for citizens, but also facilitates effective two-way communication, in which citizens have a say in infrastructure issues and what administrators need to do about them. solve.

An e-governance model goes beyond simply upgrading basic facilities or services for citizens; rather, it cultivates a more collaborative ecosystem between public organizations, private entities, educational institutions, and citizens on the ground. All parties come together to brainstorm reform ideas and work to improve socio-economic infrastructure. Hence, this business model is linked with massive financial investments from public and private companies, which leads to massive employment opportunities for residents and an economic boom in the specific region.

Growing demand for personalized citizen services is forcing administrators to move to a digitized operating model. The idea revolves primarily around personalizing and improving the end-to-end citizen experience of a given public service platform. This will improve the overall quality of services, foster greater citizen engagement, and ultimately multiply citizen trust in public offices.

The transfer of electronic media information allows administrators to obtain essential information about their citizens, which helps to create a development plan for the future. Advances in emerging technologies such as big data, advanced analytics, cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and blockchain enable administrators to improve operational efficiency, minimize redundant tasks and focus on critical aspects of governance.

For example, around 60% of the world’s population is expected to live in urban areas by 2030, and two out of six citizens will be over 60 years old. This implies that the existing healthcare infrastructure may no longer be able to keep up with the growing demands, leading to a sharp increase in investments in automation of the healthcare sector through the introduction of advanced technologies such as AI. , Big Data, ML, NLP and telehealth. A digital governance model will gradually transform a city into a smart city infrastructure where advanced technologies continuously penetrate and monitor a city’s behavior across all verticals i.e. finance, utilities, healthcare, education, energy and mobility.

While many European countries and the United States are adopting a digital administrative framework, countries in the Asian subcontinent and most parts of Africa are struggling to transition from existing practices, mainly due to the lack of regulatory reforms, resistance resulting from populist mentalities and low Internet penetration rates (particularly in sub-Saharan Africa).

The study examines how governments can transform the lives of citizens and develop more transparent and efficient operational mechanisms through the adoption of advanced technologies. There is an increase in ICT investments specifically aimed at improving government capabilities in many developed countries. Citizen-friendly governments are likely to quickly move from traditional approaches to a more proactive stance by investing in technology, making tangible differences in the lives of citizens, and creating opportunities for financial growth.

Main issues addressed

  • What are the key components of an e-governance model?

  • What are the disruptive technologies that will help administrators transition to an electronic governance model?

  • What will e-governance look like in 2030?

  • What are the guidelines for an effective e-governance model?

  • What are the best practices in different countries/cities?

  • How will strong urbanization and the growth of megacities trigger a need for e-governance?

  • What are the perceived challenges of e-governance?

Main topics covered:

1. Strategic imperatives

2. Executive Dashboard

3. Strategic Context

  • The future of the e-governance ecosystem

  • Evolution of electronic governance

  • E-governance service model – 2030

  • Essential components of e-governance

  • eGovernance – Utility Scope

  • eGovernance – The Need Imperative

  • Strategic directions for e-governance

  • Robust Data Principles – A Mandate for E-Governance

  • Strategic enablers for e-governance

  • E-Government Development Index (EGDI) by economy

  • Digital ID – A pivot for effective e-governance

  • Case Studies – Alberta Digital ID Platform

  • Case Study – Estonia X-Road Digital Initiative

  • Case Studies – Japan’s Digital Government Plans

  • Rise in Megacities – Call for Smart Governance

  • Strong urbanization – A trigger for e-governance

  • Cybersecurity – The Pivot of eGovernance

  • Cybersecurity – An Urbanization Perspective

  • eGovernance – Degree of Automation vs Impact Matrix

  • Perceived challenges of e-governance

  • Key Trend Opportunity Levers

  • Trend Opportunity – Attractiveness Analysis

4. Future of e-Governance – Technology Perspectives

5. Analysis of the impact of trends

  • Analysis of the impact and certainty of trending opportunities

  • Trend Opportunity Disruption Index

  • Disturbance Attractiveness Score

  • Trend Opportunity Growth Index

  • Growth Attractiveness Score

  • BEETS Trends Implications

6. Analysis of growth opportunities

  • Growth Opportunity 1 – Smart City Initiatives Promoting E-Governance

  • Growth Opportunity 2 – Blockchain to Streamline Governance Activities

  • Growth Opportunity 3 – Skills Development in the Workplace to Drive E-Governance

  • Critical success factors for growth

  • Conclusion – The way forward

7. Appendix

8. Next steps

9. List of exhibits

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