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January 15, 2020
GovSense named as top 100 government-focused company for fifth consecutive year
ALPHARETTA, Ga. – GovSense, a leading cloud-based software solution provider for local government based in Alpharetta, Georgia, was named a 2020 GovTech 100 company for the fifth consecutive year by Government Technology magazine. The GovTech 100 is an annual list compiled and published by Government Technology that recognizes 100 companies focused on making a difference in state and local government agencies across the United States.
“Year five of the GovTech 100 is one of the strongest we’ve seen, as companies both large and small are tackling more complex problems around state and local government,” said e.Republic Chief Innovation Officer Dustin Haisler.
GovSense’s true-cloud solution creates seamless interdepartmental collaboration, fosters constant communication and gives users a 360-degree view of their community, which in turn, enables smarter communities and happier citizens.
“It is a great honor to receive this recognition from such a well-respected magazine dedicated to the public sector,” said Gary McTall, co-founder of GovSense. “Being named to this prestigious list for the fifth consecutive year is a testament to our employees, customer success and technology.”
GovSense continues to experience rapid year over year growth as it provides community development and financial cloud-based solutions for local government. McTall describes the software simply as ‘one login, one database and no limits.’ Jurisdictions across the U.S. have entrusted GovSense’s secure, unified and flexible software to solve their community’s challenges.
“Local governments in our country are constantly on watch for cyber security attacks and the need for secure cloud-based solutions has never been more prevalent,” said Paul Cammisa, co-founder of GovSense. “We are poised and ready to assist local governments with these vicious attacks that could cripple their operations at any moment.”
The GovSense software solution provides enterprise-class data management, security and availability to help ensure jurisdictions are resilient to security breaches. In 2019 alone, dozens of government agency servers in multiple states and localities were forced offline because of ransomware attacks (CISA). GovSense provides the cloud infrastructure so communities can run the necessary applications in the cloud with complete confidence.
“We’re proud to be on the GovTech 100 list five years running and to be associated with other likeminded organizations and people,” said Cammisa. “All we see is progression and up-ward mobility for us. This is an exciting time for GovSense and we look forward to 2020.”
GovSense built the first unified, true-cloud solution designed specifically for local government. GovSense empowers jurisdictions with secure, flexible and easy-to-use software that enables collaboration in finance and accounting, budgeting, utility billing, fund and project management, economic development, asset management, GIS, inspections and enforcement, planning, and permitting and licensing. In addition, the company’s implementation approach is driven by business processes, not technology. GovSense utilizes the agile implementation methodology that results in rapid time to value for all jurisdictions, regardless of what challenges specific departments face. The company delivers user-friendly software solutions tailored to jurisdictions’ requirements in weeks, not months or years. For more information, contact GovSense at email@example.com.
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