Tod Weber: Limited Funds Are Driving a New Paradigm in Public Sector IT

Tod Weber - Software AG,  ExecutiveMosaicTod Weber, CEO and Chairman of Software AG Government Solutions, sees the federal information technology space changing in the current budget environment.

“A new paradigm is emerging in the public sector IT arena as leaders focus on a prove it first and prove it fast mentality before committing their limited funds, ” said Weber of the new “agile approach.”

The company is working to identify how IT technologies in areas such as big data management and in-memory computing will enable public leaders to do just that.

Software AG identifies the Affordable Care Act and the increasing need to manage data as helping driving their use, and is branching out to leaders in the federal sector through dialogue and events.

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