Are you ready?

Are you ready to take your organization to the next level? Are you ready to improve and personalize citizen relations?  Are you ready to be better equipped to handle an emergency?

If you’re not, you ought to be. It’s 2018 and times have changed. Your citizens and staff want and deserve the best technologies and efficiencies. And you want to be set for any situation.

Let’s talk cloud-based technology. It has become a commonplace term, but does everyone really understand what it means and why it is so important? Simply put, to be cloud-based means that applications and assets are available to users at any time via the internet. The internet is accessible anywhere 24/7/365. With the cloud, you host a software platform via the internet. Your information is there wherever you are (if you have internet access), just like the internet.

Benefits of cloud-based technology:

  • Your data is accessible from anywhere
  • Retrieve all of your applications (without having to download them on multiple computers)
  • Ability to communicate with staff and the community in any circumstance

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Being connected, staying informed, and improving flexibility with the latest technology will help you and your community prepare, respond, and adapt for whatever comes along.

We can help get you where you need to be. Our Mitchell Humphrey & Co. FastTrackGov® software was designed to meet the needs of both your organization and your citizens with exceptional software and services. Our integrated solutions are adaptable and are with you wherever you and your citizens are. With just a click.

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