Managing Real Estate and Land Leases and Projects in IBM TRIRIGA Cloud
IBM Interconnect 2017
When: March 19th – 23rd, 2017
Where: MGM Grand & Mandalay Bay
Las Vegas, Nevada
In our earlier post, we gave you a preview of Umpqua Bank’s IBM TRIRIGA SaaS implementation session at IBM InterConnect 2017. If that piqued your curiosity about ValuD’s expertise with all things Cloud, then our second customer session with Utah Department of Natural Resources’ SaaS Implementation will surely leave you asking for more.
The Utah Department of Natural Resources includes three agencies that own and manage lands – Forestry, Fire and State Lands, Parks and Recreation and Wildlife Resources. Though land management for all three agencies were for different purposes and statutes, there was a significant overlap in terms of project, process, and information management needs. The three divisions collaborated to establish a single, comprehensive land management system that would automate the management and tracking of all their business processes, maintain robust internal controls, audit trails, and provide a high level of geospatial information access. Utah DNR preferred a Commercial-off-The-Shelf (COTS) software with robust OOTB capabilities which could be leveraged for other DNR projects and initiatives in the future. Ease in configuration was a prerequisite for DNR since they preferred to support and modify the platform on their own in the future and programming was just not an option.
ValuD together with IBM and Sirius leveraged the OOTB capabilities of IBM TRIRIGA to create DNR’s first enterprise IT system. Cloud hosting proved economical and enabled faster deployment of the software.
Walk into Mandalay Bay North, Level 0 – Tradewinds D at IBM Interconnect, 2017 where Buck Ehler of Utah Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands and ValuD’s Kirk Howcroft discuss the finer aspects of inter-agency partnering process and the benefits of the cloud for IBM TRIRIGA implementations. Mark your calendars for March 22, 2017 between 09.00 and 09.45 AM to join us and get the whole picture.