Visit Booth 304 at the National Environmental Health Association Conference — July 7-10, 2014

Visit Mitchell Humphrey & Co. at the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) Conference in Las Vegas from July 7 – 10!

The important role of environmental health organizations in protecting public health demands a specialized permitting and code enforcement management system.

FastTrackGov® provides just that.  A few of the benefits you will receive from this Microsoft-based solution are:

  • Automation of all types of permit applications and renewals
  • One software fee — regardless of how many permits you have
  • Web-based mobility — inspections and violations can be entered from the field
  • Automatic computation and processing of fees and charges — no matter the complexity of the fee calculation
  • Instant communication of alerts, tasks, and notifications — even across departmental lines
  • Customizable, user-defined dashboard reports and graphs — in minutes
  • Familiar, user-friendly interface
  • Robust ad-hoc reporting capabilities

Mitchell Humphrey & Co. will be sponsoring the technology track at the NEHA Conference so come meet us at the beginning of each technology session on Tuesday, July 8, 2014.  Also, be sure to stop by the Mitchell Humphrey & Co. learning lab where we’ll be offering hands-on demos of how citizens can apply for and check the status of their online permits and requests.


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How Cities Turn to Technology for Economic Development

Mitchell Humphrey & Co. recently found an article on entitled, “How Cities Turn to Technology for Economic Development”.  Instead of isolated corporate campuses like Silicon Valley, some places are trying to promote “innovation districts” to bring industry back.  Can it work?   >>Read Article


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GIS and the Rising Importance of “Where” in Government

city development editedMitchell Humphrey & Co. recently found an article on entitled, “GIS and the Rising Importance of ‘Where’ in Government”.  At one time, GIS was a complex, unapproachable technology with no applicability for the layman.  Then came mobility, location-based applications and GPS.  Today, GIS is an increasingly vital component of government agencies’ work, helping employees make more intelligent, informed decisions, improving collaboration, increasing productivity and lowering costs.  Read this Special Report to find out how various departments in government agencies around the country are putting a new spin on an old technology to transform operations.





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