Verint Systems is partnering with Australian digital transformation company Squiz to help governments implement digital transformation strategies to proactively deliver citizen services and develop smarter cities.
Verint's global partnership with Squiz helps government organizations take a fresh approach to designing, connecting systems and executing their digital transformation strategies.
"Digital transformation is a journey. There's a lot more to learn from the experience of other industries, and government organizations are looking for technology partners that can help augment their teams and exceed citizen expectations," said David Moody, vice president and global practice leader for the government and public sector at Verint Enterprise Intelligence Solutions, in a statement. "This is why we're excited about the partnership with Squiz. We can help address both current and future government needs, ultimately enabling them to deliver experiences equivalent to, or better than, those in established commercial organizations."
Squiz helps drive digital transformation for its clients through a combination of consulting and technology. Its consultancy covers the full range of digital transformation services from strategy to customer experience design, analytics, accessibility audits, content mentoring, and even training. The technology comprises Squiz's content management system (CMS) offering, Matrix, and Squiz's search engine offering, Funnelback.
"Squiz is dedicated to driving digital transformation journeys for government agencies, and we’re thrilled to partner with Verint to extend our offerings and capabilities to a customer network that is poised to transform how their citizens interact with government," said John-Paul Syriatowicz, Group CEO of Squiz, in a statement.