The State of Indian has chosen SAP HANA as the platform for the state’s new Management and Performance Hub (MPH). The state’s MPH initiative will make use of SAP HANA in combination with SAP Predictive Analysis and SAP Lumira software.
The Hub is part of a broader initiative in partnership with Indiana’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Indiana Office of Technology (IOT) to develop a comprehensive enterprise-wide data-driven management system.
Currently, some state data reporting is done on a monthly basis and in some cases is not automated, requiring human staff to aid in tabulation. When the MPH project goes live, all those processes will be automated, minimizing ad hoc reporting and manual entry. State leaders and residents will be able to track government performance in near-real time, using SAP HANA.
One of the primary focus areas for the project will be tackling Indiana’s high infant mortality rate. The state hopes to use data compiled in the Hub to understand and address the local causes of higher infant mortality rates.
The first completed project for MPH is a new transparency site, www.in.gov/mph, launched in July. Users can track progress on key performance indicators for select agencies and on Gov. Pence’s Roadmap goals. They also will have a unified location for financial data, which previously was displayed across multiple websites.