Municipalities are expected to do more with less.
From asset management to everyday decisions, municipal services rely on data that is accurate, current and accessible. SEG's solution architects, business analysts, data modellers and developers will help you build a smart city.
Utilities are working smarter to manage their assets and information.
With aging infrastructure, and a desire to streamline processes and provide better services, utilities are working smarter to manage their assets and information - relying more heavily on enterprise Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Asset Management solutions.
Improved solutions and systems to better manage and analyze data.
Government departments need improved solutions and systems to better manage and analyze the vast amounts of information available to them. SEG Consulting addresses these challenges through strategic planning, process improvement and technology implementations.
Striving to improve productivity and profitability.
Private sector organizations are ever striving to improve productivity and profitability. To meet these goals, organizations increasingly look to leverage new technologies to improve their business.
Your company encourages you to have a life outside of work. You can work locally and build long-lasting relationships with local clients. You get to work with people who want to make an impact in their communities.
You get to lead challenging initiatives with industry-leading clients. You have a voice when it comes to the type of projects you work on. You build your skills, portfolio, and network with every engagement. There's variety, and it doesn't get stale.
Your colleagues know their stuff, and they're eager to collaborate and share. For them, people come first, whether it's at work, at home, or in their communities. They think that success is something that's meant to be shared. That makes them the kind of people you'll want to be around.
You work in a place that takes pride in building trust and relationships. You get to chart your own career path based on what's important to you. Your values, your leadership skills, your expertise: they actually matter. When you have an idea, you can run with it.