As a whole, state and local government spending on technology will reach $90B by 2017. In reality, this huge market is a complex mix of organizations and niche markets:
Even as state and local agencies work with their federal partners to solve national challenges, local priorities are job one. As the financial outlook for localities improve, so does their ability to invest in technology solutions that do more than just modernize infrastructure. They need to find new ways to deliver services to more customers, all while responsibly spending taxpayer fund and addressing critical technology and governance issues.
As local agencies look for answers, they need partners who understand how they work and buy. State and local purchasing is largely ruled by state contracts and interstate agreements like WSCA. Dialog’s experience with state and local decision makers can help you navigate both the technology and procurement complexities that stand between you and robust account growth.
Our demonstrated expertise helping customers engage
state and local agencies gives us unique insights and
capabilities. From opportunity sizing to contract and
channel development, Dialog’s comprehensive approach
optimizes your strategy and tactics for state and local: