The pressure is on for cities to grow and develop. To compete, they need to ensure quality of life for their citizens, while becoming as efficient and modern as possible. This requires a new partnership between citizens, government and business – and new technology-driven services that ensure seamless, safe, productive and rewarding ways to live and work.
MyCity from Atos is a range of solutions, guided by deep understanding and strategic insight, which enables governments and empowers citizens to work together.
In eight key areas, we use MyCity solutions to:
- Create new services that enable citizens to access services when and how they want – reducing service costs and increasing productivity
- Deliver immediate service improvements that increase citizen satisfaction
- Achieve long-term improvement that transforms the city both in terms of efficient services and more rewarding experiences for people
We’re doing it right now in cities as diverse as Cincinnati and Madrid. Find out how we can do it for you.
Smart City Expo – Barcelona
We are delighted to be attending the Smart City Expo this year.
As a Microsoft partner, we will be demonstrating our solutions on the Microsoft Partner stand. We will be showing our MyCity solutions, specifically, our range of xRM solutions – Case Management, Incident Management and our new Pandemic management.
For more information or to arrange a demo of any of these solutions, please firstname.lastname@example.org
To discover how new services for citizens and city governments can be developed and connected, explore the interactive model below.
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Creating Seamless Services for Societies in Transition in Vienna
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Developing a MyCity Vision for a digital Birmingham
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