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CalSAWS-CalWIN and Infosys Public Services: Partnering to ensure quality welfare program delivery

As California Statewide Automated Welfare System’s (CalSAWS) quality assurance (QA) partner for the California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids Information Network (CalWIN) project, Infosys Public Services (IPS) has been overseeing the maintenance and operations of CalWIN social programs eligibility and benefit administration system, enabling CalSAWS to deliver the right services to over 6 million members.

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Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Infosys Partnership

The American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) invited Logan Purdy, Director of the Driver and Vehicle Services at the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO); Roman Corpuz, Director of the Transportation Safety Solutions at MTO; and Kevin McConomy, Director of the Ontario Public Sector for Infosys Public Services to discuss their partnership on the Driver Medical Review program and MTO’s broader modernization efforts.

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Long Term Care Partners modernizes core systems to optimize operations and support growth

Client: Long Term Care Partners, LLC
Industry: Government healthcare
Long Term Care Partners (LTCP), one of the largest federal long-term care administrators, wanted to modernize its core administrative system to ensure delivery of best-in-class services while optimizing operations and costs. Infosys Public Services re-architected LTCP’s legacy system into a scalable, user-friendly, web-based system that increased employee productivity by up to 20 percent, reduced maintenance costs by up to 25 percent, and enhanced capability to support growth.

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Why switch to cloud? Ask Orlando

Client: City of Orlando
Industry: Public sector
The City of Orlando was saddled with an aging email system that required frequent updates, and was costly and cumbersome to maintain. Since the hardware was turning obsolete and several requisite features were unavailable, the city's administration sought to reduce costs and improve efficiency.
Orlando worked with Infosys, Google's partner, to move to Google Apps for applications such as Gmail, Google Docs, and instant messaging solutions. The use of Google Apps improved Orlando's efficiency, helped realize US$200,000 annual cost savings, streamlined communication within departments, and enhanced mobility of applications.
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