Disy Informationssysteme GmbH is just one of the many companies in CEBIT's Digital Administration exhibition space that are showcasing practical applications for digitization processes in the public sector. This year, the German software developer is focusing on flexible data analysis and state-of-the-art reporting for specialist public authorities. "Given that we supply data analytics and reporting solutions both with and without geodata to specialist public authorities, CEBIT enables us to target a wider audience than, say, INTERGEO - which is why we've decided not to exhibit there this year," explains Claus Hofmann, CEO of Disy Informationssysteme GmbH. It is primarily down to the fantastic opportunity to engage directly and specifically with decision-makers from the public sector that Disy decided to head to Hannover and the "Digital Business & Administration" display area. And the company is right at home in among a wealth of displays dedicated to all the essentials for digitizing commercial and public sector operations. "We have our own stand at this year's CEBIT and are demonstrating what innovative data analysis and reporting solutions in state-of-the-art specialist public authorities can look like," Hofmann adds, "our solutions are based on Cadenza - a software we developed for data analytics, reporting and GIS, which has been awarded the 'Software Made in Germany' quality seal of the German Federal Association of IT SMEs (BITMi).”"
Visitors to Disy's stand can gain an in-depth insight into practical case studies and discover how Cadenza is enabling German federal and state authorities to filter and analyze captured data and prepare and visualize it for specific purposes and areas. After all, when specialist public authorities encounter technical questions, it’s not a lack of data that's the issue. The real problem is finding a simple way to evaluate it - and this impacts on reporting in environmental and consumer protection authorities, data analytics in national security departments and data integration for implementing extensive infrastructure and traffic projects. The solution from Disy aims to ensure operators have access to state-of-the-art data management and can make, depict and understand correlations using spatial data analyses. The software specialist believes this is particularly important for federal and state authorities. After all, they need to think and act more and more in spatial terms - when investigating criminal offenses, balancing agriculture against environmental protection, dealing with noise pollution or regulating foodstuffs, for instance.