Many defence agencies are losing valuable time and money due to outdated manual processes and inefficient personnel productivity. But there are solutions. Imagine the ability to cut approval wait times by 50 percent and save up to US$120,000 per month by addressing the way defence technology and frontline departments interact, engage and collaborate. Forward thinking defence agencies are no longer focusing their defence technology and innovation efforts solely on front line requirements. Instead, they are looking within to improve cooperation and communication to better protect national security and equip the warfighter.
Defence agencies are unique in the sheer volume of tasks and the ever increasing flow of information moving into and across the organisation. Maintaining outdated, manual procedures to complete tasks and collaborate with others compromises time, resources and ultimately, the mission. Leaders who advance their agency’s defence technology capabilities and embrace collaboration tools quickly experience substantial improvements in visibility and efficiency, and a cost effective means for meeting mission critical objectives.