Digitisation for Swiss municipalities: driving secure administration processes, online services and participation projects.
When it comes to digitisation, the federal government, cantons and the public have high expectations of municipal administrations in terms of digital services, innovative participation projects and the secure handling of data. Municipalities can only meet these demands if they engage with and actively pursue digital transformation. Do you lack the necessary resources and IT expertise? We will support you on your digitisation journey and work with you to develop secure IT solutions that can be rapidly implemented.
Digital solutions reduce the administrative burden and save time – both for municipal administration employees and for citizens. Find out where digitisation can deliver instant tangible results and create the biggest benefit for the public.
Managing data in accordance with FDPIC and FADP requirements is a crucial task for municipalities. We can support you by providing suitable solutions including data storage in Switzerland.
Control individual access to different data within the municipal administration, ensuring that you minimise the IT security risk and comply with data protection regulations.
Make the municipality’s daily work easy, with a modern IT infrastructure featuring GEVER interfaces (e.g. Dialog, i-web, CMI, etc.), allowing you to complete tasks simply and efficiently.
Are you interested to find out where digitisation can deliver genuine added value? Take inspiration from our practical customer stories.
A modern, cloud-based IT solution simplifies your work and minimises the risk of a cyberattack. Employees at the municipality of Riederalp can now work efficiently and securely on the road, at home or in the office.
Vandalism can cause significant financial damage. Smart video surveillance systems help to prevent theft, vandalism, littering, etc., in school grounds, at waste disposal sites and in underpasses.
Smart meter devices supply real-time consumption data to energy and water utilities. By 2027, 80% of all electricity meters must be smart.
Overflowing waste bins are a nuisance. Yet they are often emptied according to fixed schedules. Integrated sensors automatically register when a waste bin is full, thus ensuring efficient disposal and cleanliness in public spaces.
To get the most out of new media, you need the skills to use it competently. Schools receive a free Internet connection and easy access to media courses, applications and devices.
Administration software makes work easier but should be embedded in the cloud ideally, so that data communication, access management and support can function smoothly. The municipality of Gampel-Bratsch is an example of how this can be done successfully.