A flexible, service-based platform that enables rapid and effective integration of citizen services.
Accelerate IT modernization and integration
State CIOs are challenged with modernizing legacy systems while utilizing existing IT investments. The Accenture Public Service Platform provides the agility to modify business processes without the cost of replacing underlying technology.
Lower technology and management costs with a modular, component-based SOA platform that leverages shared services and makes maintenance less costly.
Adapt to change quickly
By employing loosely coupled technologies and SOA, APSP enables flexibility at the business level, without affecting the underlying technology.
Deliver integrated services
Implement a world class SOA platform that provides a strong foundation for integrated citizen service delivery.
Maximize existing IT investments
Our vendor-independent architecture enables agencies to swap or upgrade vendor components without having to abandon applications built on them.
Accelerate legacy modernization
Our pre-configured platform with 40+ product adapters accelerates legacy modernization while reducing risks.
The Accenture Public Service Platform turns promise into practice, enabling you to:
Adopt an enterprise-wide SOA allowing you to easily deploy information systems that directly serve your organization’s mission.
Improve citizen services despite decreasing budgets and growing service demand.
Prepare your enterprise to meet the ongoing challenges of health care reform while protecting the decades of investment you have made in your legacy application portfolio.
Empower your internal customers to quickly adapt to policy changes keeping your limited technical resources focused on implementing innovative solutions to save your enterprise time and money.
Architecture that provides agility to change
It is more important than ever for today’s IT executives to keep up with the pace of change while balancing costs and improving services. APSP provides the ability to modernize aging systems while adapting to new technologies and policy reform.