Mitchell Humphrey & Co. (MH&Co.) will be at the Palace at Somerset in New Jersey on Thursday, April 6, to participate in the NJGMIS Conference.

Stop by our booth and see how MH&Co.’s FastTrackGov® (FTG) can provide an easy-to-use suite of web-based solutions for Licensing, Permitting, Code Enforcement, Inspections, Land Management, Environmental Health, Citizen Interaction, and Vehicle for Hire Regulation and Reporting.

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Our solution is built on the Microsoft Dynamics® CRM platform so data is easily shared among departments so citizens, office staff, and inspectors can work together fluidly.

MH&Co. also offers an accounting software solution, Financial Management Systems (FMS). FMS provides your organization with maximum control over data, efficiency in business processes, and the ability to make sound fiscal decisions. Additionally, FMS is seamlessly integrated into our FTG solution.

Nancy Brady, one of MH&Co.’s Account Executives, will be attending to answer all of your questions and offering on-site demos.

Helpful Resources

Mitchell Humphrey & Co. is always looking for helpful resource sites to share with businesses and government agencies so they can be the best they can be.

For those with financial backgrounds, such as CPA and CFO, here are a few:
Sales Report

American Institute of CPAs

Beyond BudgetingTM

CFO

Government Finance Officers Association

GovLoop

Grants.govSM

The links below can help provide you with useful information about various related industries and organizations.

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GovCentral Government Jobs, Pay Scales and You

GovLoop Social Network for Government

International Code Council

ICMA Leaders at the Core of Better Communities

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Sustainable City Network

To find out more about our products, visit mitchellhumphrey.com and fasttrackgov.com.

Disclaimer:  Mitchell Humphrey & Co. and FastTrackGov® cannot guarantee the accuracy of content for these sites.

How to Stay Relevant in the Vehicle for Hire Industry.

In our discussions with regulators in the Vehicle for Hire industry, several issues seem to resonate with all of them.

  • How do we contend with the effects ridesharing companies have on the current regulatory environment?  The legal ramifications of integrating TNCs into the current environment can be overwhelming.  Most regulators have found it necessary to modify their code to accommodate these new entrants.  In addition to effectively enforcing new regulations, they are dealing with the backlash from traditional taxi companies.  Often, when ridesharing companies face a different set of regulations, legal battles ensue.
  • When TNCs are incorporated into the current regulatory framework, how will we handle the mounting paperwork resulting from the influx of new drivers and vehicles into the system?  Whether there are different rules for ridesharing companies vs traditional taxis or not, there are bound to be issues with tracking the rules and to whom they apply.
  • The ridesharing economy is here to stay. How do regulators stay relevant in an economy where regulation is frowned upon?  Do they owe citizens the peace of mind of knowing a background check has been performed on the driver?  Is it their responsibility to level the playing field for traditional VFH companies?

Whatever decisions they ultimately make, regulators are going to need help traversing the new climate.  With FastTrackGov®, you can:

  • Deal with the legal ramifications of the new ridesharing economy and enforce current and new regulations
  • Handle mounting paperwork
  • Stay relevant in the growing rideshare economy

Talk to Us. Get yourself Ahead of the Curve with FastTrackGov.

Stay Ahead of the Curve with FastTrackGov!

b4ad36d8-df90-4f98-90ea-06288ef0b631The face of transportation for hire regulation has changed significantly in the past couple of years.  What it will look like tomorrow, next month, or next year is anybody’s guess.  As transportation regulators, how can you be prepared for the future of regulation when you have no idea what the future holds?  Learn more.

Have questions?
Contact Beth Humphrey-Watts, our vehicle for hire industry specialist.
314-991-2440 X 3021

Join Mitchell Humphrey & Co. at the AGTA Conference!

Mitchell Humphrey & Co.’s (MH&Co.) first Vehicle for Hire Conference of the year is the AGTA (Airport Ground Transportation Association) Conference from March 6 – 9, 2016. line of taxis MH&Co. will be at one of the exhibition tables, offering innovative ways to automate and streamline your agency’s operations today and in the future.

Technology and automation are key to an organization’s ability to respond to changes in a timely manner.  FastTrackGov enables your agency to do just that.  With the built in flexibility of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM platform, you are equipped to manage changing  requirements with efficiency and streamlined technology.

FastTrackGov manages all of your application, processing, and data collection needs related to drivers, vehicles, and companies/operating authorities, including those of TNCs.

Stop by the MH&Co. booth to learn more and enter for your chance to win a $100 Gift Card!

Want to schedule a webinar?  Need more information?
Visit www.fasttrackgov.com/vfh.

What’s ahead for the Vehicle for Hire Industry?

In our discussions with regulators in the Vehicle for Hire industry, several issues seem to resonate with all of them.

  • How do we contend with the effects ridesharing companies have on the current regulatory environment?  The legal ramifications of integrating TNCs into the current environment can be overwhelming.  Most regulators have found it necessary to modify their code to accommodate these new entrants.  In addition to effectively enforcing new regulations, they are dealing with the backlash from traditional taxi companies.  Often, when ridesharing companies face a different set of regulations, legal battles ensue.
  • When TNCs are incorporated into the current regulatory framework, how will we handle the mounting paperwork resulting from the influx of new drivers and vehicles into the system?  Whether there are different rules for ridesharing companies vs traditional taxis or not, there are bound to be issues with tracking the rules and to whom they apply.
  • The ridesharing economy is here to stay.  This is further evidenced by Facebook’s recent entrance into the market.  How do regulators stay relevant in an economy where regulation is frowned upon?  Do they owe citizens the peace of mind of knowing a background check has been performed on the driver?  Is it their responsibility to level the playing field for traditional VFH companies?

Whatever decisions they ultimately make, regulators are going to need help traversing the new climate.

  • Deal with the legal ramifications of the new ridesharing economy and enforce current and new regulations
  • Handle mounting paperwork
  • Stay relevant in the growing rideshare economy

Click here to sign up and learn more.

 

Insights into the ever changing Vehicle for Hire Industry

Beth Humphrey, our Vehicle for Hire Industry expert, interviewed Dr. Ray Mundy, the Director of the Center for Transportation Studies at the University of Missouri – St. Louis.  Dr. Mundy shares his insights into the ever changing Vehicle for Hire Industry.

Visit fasttrackgov.com/vfh to get more information or to schedule a demo.

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