LOGIS is a quasi-public member-based consortium of forty Minnesota local government units providing a full array of information technology services.
The purpose of LOGIS is to provide effective, reliable and adaptable technology solutions to Minnesota public agencies through the sharing of ideas, risks, resources and costs in a cooperative partnership that evolves with agencies. The LOGIS Executive Committee engaged Baker Tilly to facilitate a strategic positioning plan to ensure technology solutions offered are supporting changing municipal government needs.
Baker Tilly established a detailed course of action to ensure that LOGIS is positioned to be nimble in meeting changes in member expectations and needs. The scope of services included:
As a result of the project, LOGIS was not only able to retain several members contemplating a departure, but also gained additional membership from two large Twin Cities government entities and four other members. Additionally, LOGIS gained membership acceptance of their cost allocation methodology, prioritized and enhanced the value-add of LOGIS staff resource allocations, and updated their website and value proposition approach.
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