New York City Department of Transportation relies on Mindbreeze InSpire
The New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT) is relying on Mindbreeze, a provider of appliances and cloud services for knowledge management, in partnership with its premium partner Collective FLS.
NYCDOT currently uses a large number of different data sources to collect detailed information. NYCDOT’s objective is to deliver this widely scattered but valuable information to the appropriate users and departments at the right time and in the right context. Using Mindbreeze InSpire it is now possible to conduct targeted searches across the entire range of data in the organization and immediately access the information that is relevant.
“NYCDOT marks the acquisition of yet another public sector customer for Mindbreeze InSpire. This reinforces our endeavors and our commitment to product development and our process model. We always have our customers test our products with their own data so that they can see the added value for themselves in advance,” noted Daniel Fallmann, founder and CEO of Mindbreeze.
Mindbreeze InSpire connects all information from throughout the entire digital workplace and provides personalized views that concretely support each different department and facilitate outstanding performance.
“NYCDOT had been looking for a tailor-made solution to make searching its more than 50 million records more efficient," said James Dudla, CEO of Collective FLS (recently acquired by COREONYX, a service-disabled veteran-owned business providing advanced technology solutions and consulting to government customers). "Employees can now access all the information they need at the touch of a button. This enables DOT to significantly reduce the amount of personnel needed for Universal Legal Searches (ULS) while leveraging its knowledge more effectively providing optimal service to New York City residents.”
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