Outdated and disconnected systems make it hard for agencies to ensure delivery of the right services to those who need them. These siloed systems are also difficult, slow, and expensive to adapt to meet changes mandated by law or evolving priorities.
To deliver the services your citizens need, you need real-time, integrated data that goes across program or even agency boundaries─whether that is linking family members to ensure no eligible child goes without health insurance, or proactively providing additional benefits to individuals and families when they lose a job or go on disability.
Whether you’re trying to improve and measure program effectiveness, make eligibility determination faster and more efficient, or increase digital engagement, with MarkLogic you can get up-to-date, person-centric, 360° views of data for any important entity─supported by the security needed for PII/PHI.
Learn the 3 signs legacy technology is working against your mission, and how MarkLogic has helped government agencies achieve a complete view of their data, measure program effectiveness, and support innovation.
When you need a better, faster way to integrate complex data, the MarkLogic Data Hub is your answer. Learn why in this presentation, which describes the advantages of our operational data hub pattern—and shows a real-world State Human Services example where we captured the complex relationships among people, programs, case workers and benefits.
Many agencies want to incorporate cloud infrastructure as part of their IT modernization efforts. The economic benefits can be large—but agencies should also consider risks of vendor lock-in. What if you want to move to a different provider? Or bring your data back in-house? Make sure your plans are “cloud neutral” to avoid any unpleasant surprises.
Relational databases keep you stuck in a fragmented, rows and columns world. It’s time to escape the matrix with MarkLogic.
For the third consecutive year, MarkLogic was recognized as a Challenger, positioned highest for ability to execute and furthest right for completeness of vision in the Challengers’ quadrant.