The cities and states of Brazil hold executive power based on a model where a manager, the mayor, or governor, is responsible for the strategic guidelines to be implemented in the “Pluriannual Plan” (a plan that establishes the measures, expenses, and objectives to be followed by the government over a four year period). Their secretaries are responsible for their areas of work, which include: education, security, health, finance, employment, among others.
- Inadequate control and documentation of information in the smaller municipalities.
- Delayed digital journeys.
- Unreliable strategic information for decision making.
- A lot of irrelevant information in the database.
- Difficulties in extracting information.
- A team of BI researchers mapping relationships between information and systems in the architecture.
- Sanitization and database compliance.
- Real time visualization of the government's situation through dashboards on the social and financial status, ongoing actions, and political profile.
- Improved speed of decision-making and governance.
- Ease of communication with the federal government, using reliable information.