Configurable software products built for city leaders and local governments to run more efficiently in bringing their communities together.
Our full-featured constituent relationship manager for government entities acts as a centralized hub for all things related to citizen engagement.
SIMA is your enterprise resource planning solution to manage budgets, accounting, and human resources.
STREAMLINE is an accelerator platform for public sector agencies that need to build custom solutions to meet their needs.
Our software integrations are built to seamlessly connect with your tech stack, allowing you to work more efficiently.
Our services are backed by our Microsoft-Certified professionals who are ready to tackle the needs of our clients.
Our software implementation services offer our clients flexibility when choosing their solution.
Our development services provide the customization our clients require.
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Our ERP municipal services provide the technology and support city leaders rely on to tie their current systems together.
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