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Public sector

SevenLab has extensive experience in software development for the public sector. We have worked with renowned organisations such as the VO-raad and HHNK. Our software meets ISO level security and we strive for transparency and a personal approach.

The public sector includes organisations and institutions owned or controlled by the government. This can be at local, regional or national level. The public sector is involved in a wide range of activities and services, such as healthcare, education, public transport, public safety, and social services.

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    Efficiency and productivity

    By using software, many routine tasks can be automated, leading to faster service and lower costs.

    For example, using digital forms and workflows can significantly reduce the processing time of applications and permits.

    Transparency and accountability

    Software can help create a more transparent government by making processes and data accessible to citizens.

    This can also help improve accountability and oversight of government activities.

    Better decision-making

    Data analytics and Business Intelligence tools can help make better-informed decisions.

    Governments can identify trends and patterns that help them understand where resources can be deployed most effectively.

    Citizen engagement

    Different types of software can make it easier for citizens to interact with government, whether by providing feedback, requesting services, or participating in public consultations.

    Interdepartmental Cooperation

    The use of integrated systems allows different government departments to work together more efficiently. This is especially important in sectors such as public safety, healthcare and crisis management.

    "The N@pp has become very user-friendly! With increasing use, we are discovering more and more possibilities"

    Lisanne Kerstens

    Strategic relationship manager HHNK