BOSTON–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) –GTY Technology Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: GTYH) (“GTY”), a leading provider of cloud solutions for the public sector, today announced that its subsidiaries, Fire, CityBase, eCivis, OpenCounter and Questica, work with 95 government entities and public sector organizations across Florida to improve digital services and transform the voter experience.
Fire, a leader in strategic sourcing and e-procurement software for the public sector, now supports 18 public sector clients across the state of Florida, including 7 elementary and higher education institutions, 4 municipalities, 2 health facilities and 5 special districts, including 3 transport authorities. Its scalable cloud-based solutions help purchasing and finance departments better manage supplier contracts and digitize the procurement process to support strategic spending of public funds statewide.
CityBase, a leading provider of payments technology for governments and utilities, is helping four cities and counties in Florida provide a better payment experience for their constituents. the Town of Edgewater, Hillsborough County, Saint Lucia County and Volusia County have chosen to modernize their payment process with self-service kiosks accepting cash, checks and cards. This 24/7 payment option especially offers residents who prefer to pay their bills in cash, or those who need to make payments outside of office hours, a safe and convenient alternative to taking time off work. during office hours or involve expensive third parties. services. Integrated cloud-based kiosk technology digitizes the in-person payment experience to dramatically reduce person-to-person contact during the pandemic and will reduce the workload on city staff by eliminating manual reconciliation processes historically.
eCivis, the most widely used SaaS grant management solution for state, local and tribal governments, works with 23 cities, 10 counties, 1 college and 2 special districts in the state of Florida. Recently, eCivis expanded its support for statewide grant management by working with the Florida League of Cities (FLC) to launch The FLC grant assistance program. Through this initiative, eCivis provides each of FLC’s 411 incorporated towns, cities and towns with access to the country’s largest professionally-curated grant database and tools to help them identify, apply and manage with successful application process. The organization experienced a very high level of early engagement, with over 100 cities registered in the first three months.
OpenCounter, a leading provider of licensing technology to the public sector, supports a number of Florida municipalities, including Orlando, Miami, Deland and Gainesville, with its commercial, residential and special event portals. Each solution improves the licensing experience for city hall and voters by providing a single source of information for candidates and dramatically reducing the workload for government staff. OpenCounter’s suite of portals directly promotes economic development by making the process of starting and maintaining a business or event accessible and easy.
GTY Technology budget units Questica and Sherpa, the leading providers of budget, performance and transparency cloud solutions for the public sector, support a growing number of clients in the State of Florida, including 20 nonprofits, 10 local governments, 2 educational institutions superior and 1 aeronautical authority. Questica’s intuitive, cloud-based budgeting software streamlines the budgeting process and maintains information based on historical data to inform data-driven decisions. These advanced capabilities have enabled clients statewide, such as Osceola County, Pinellas County and Daytona Beach, to be more strategic, collaborative and agile in response to new and evolving stimulus mandates.
“We have seen a significant acceleration in appetite for digital tools and services in the public sector,” said TJ Parass, CEO of GTY Technology. “Navigating the complexities that have accompanied the global health crisis over the past two years has irrevocably changed citizens’ expectations, and governments are taking important steps to deliver a better and more complete digital experience. Florida is a prime example of a state where cities, counties and public sector organizations are looking beyond the pandemic and focusing on how to provide the best service for the long term. ”
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About GTY Technology Holdings Inc.
GTY Technology Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: GTYH) (“GTY”) brings together leading public sector technology companies to achieve a new standard in stakeholder engagement and resource management. Through its six business units, GTY offers an intuitive suite of cloud-based solutions for state and local governments, educational institutions and healthcare organizations covering the functions of procurement, payment, grant management, budgeting and authorization: Fire provides strategic sourcing and procurement software to enable secure and compliant spending decisions; CityBase provides government payment solutions to connect voters to public services and government agencies; eCivis offers a grant management system to maximize grant income and monitor performance; OpenCounter creates permit and licensing software to streamline interactions between applicants and staff; Questica offers budget preparation and management software to achieve strategic financial and non-financial goals; Sherpa provides public sector budgeting software and consulting services.
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