Florida bound for BOAF – Booth #26

Next stop on the MH&Co. trade show circuit is the Sunshine State.  We are very excited to be exhibiting at the 2018 Building Officials Association of Florida Annual Conference & Expo in Orlando June 4-5. Building officials and inspectors, plans examiners, and building code compliance experts throughout the state will gather at this professional development conference which includes a 2-day expo.

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We look forward to the opportunity to share our MH&Co. story, and how our web-based software products can really connect – a city to their citizens, and staff within an organization. Attendees will learn all about our FastTrackGov® (FTG) solution, developed especially for state and local governments. Simply put, it is an easy-to-use suite of software for:

  • Licensing
  • Inspections
  • Permitting/Land Management
  • Code Enforcement/Case Management
  • Citizen Interaction
  • And more

It allows for less paperwork and faster communication, improved efficiency and greater productivity. The fully automated FTG makes for better citizen service thanks to real-time access to all information and the convenience of being online.

Not to spoil the surprise but we’ll be doing demos both days, giving away some cool palm trees-Orlandoswag, and there’s even a chance to win a $100 gift card. You’ll definitely want to stop by.

If you can’t make it, don’t worry. Just give us a call at 314-991-2440 and we can take you through a one-on-one demonstration. Or schedule one here: http://www.mitchellhumphrey.com/schedule-a-demo/.

Meet Us in St. Louis @ GFOA

The GFOA (Government Finance Officers Association) 112th Annual Conference is right around the corner and right in our own backyard. The Gateway to the West and our hometown, St. Louis, is the host city for this year’s professional development and networking event. Taking place Sunday, May 6-Tuesday, May 8, attendees can expect a wide range of exhibitors serving the needs of primarily governments including Mitchell Humphrey & Co.’s software applications.

Stop by booth #606 to chat with our top executives and learn all about MH&Co. We offer integrated web-based software solutions created for the entire organization including financial management, license and case management, community development, and online citizen services. Designed especially for governments, our software connects you and your community while streamlining the administration.

“We look forward to sharing our MH&Co. solutions with finance professionals from the US and Canada. And offer everyone a warm welcome to our great city of St. Louis,” says Jim Boyd, Manager of Client Services.

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If you have time while you’re in town, there are a lot of fun places to visit. Here’s just a few that are worth the trip: the Gateway Arch, Saint Louis Science Center, Saint Louis Zoo, The Magic House, City Museum, Missouri Botanical Garden, Missouri History Museum, and on and on. There is much to explore in STL.

We look forward to seeing you at the show. If you can’t make it, you can schedule a one-on-one demonstration at http://www.mitchellhumphrey.com/schedule-a-demo/.

Stop By Booth #33 @ NJ-GMIS

We are off to the NJ-GMIS Technology Conference in Somerset, NJ. Come by and see us on April 12 at our Mitchell Humphrey & Co. booth #33 at The Palace at Somerset Park. And, while you’re there, enter for a chance to win a $100 gift card.

Why stop by and talk with us? We offer an integrated web-based software solution for the whole city that includes financial management, license and case management, community development, permitting, code enforcement, and online citizen services. Designed specifically for governments, our software connects you with your community and at the same time streamlines processes.

Our applications, built on the Microsoft Dynamics® CRM platform, are flexible and easy to share among citizens, office staff, managers, and inspectors.

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Why choose MH&Co.? We have been providing software and support services to public sector clients for over 40 years – we know technology. We believe in:

  • Comprehensive, easy-to-use software products
  • Adapting our products to meet each client’s unique needs
  • Providing exceptional customer service 110% of the time
  • Staying at the forefront of the industry

We look forward to seeing you at the show. If you can’t make it, you can schedule a one-on-one demonstration at http://www.mitchellhumphrey.com/schedule-a-demo/.

Visit Booth 629 at the ICC Conference!

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Mitchell Humphrey & Co. is attending the 2013 International Code Council Conference in Atlantic City, NJ from September 29 through October 2!

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FastTrackGov, developed by Mitchell Humphrey & Co, provides state and local government organizations with an easy-to-use, feature-rich suite of web-based community development software solutions for Permitting, Licensing, Code Enforcement, Inspections, and Citizen Request Tracking.  The FastTrackGov Permitting solution is specifically designed for Construction Management, Zoning, Land Use, Licensing, Code Enforcement and other departments involved in the Permitting process.

Learn more at www.fasttrackgov.com or visit Booth 629 at the ICC Conference and enter to win a Neat Receipt Portable Scanner.

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Building and Fire Professionals Find Latest Innovations at ICC Conference

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The 18th Annual International Code Conference in Phoenix, Arizona attracted approximately 2,000 building and fire professionals from across the country.  These pros included code officials, inspectors, contractors, builders, plans examiners, architects, engineers, plumbers, and fire service personnel; all looking for the latest innovations in products and technology to make jobs more efficient and buildings safer.

The International Code Council (ICC) is a member-focused association dedicated to helping the building safety community and construction industry provide safe, sustainable, and affordable construction through the development of codes and standards used in the design, build, and compliance process.  Through public/private sector collaboration, the Code Council provides support to government by developing codes that allow for safe and sustainable construction.  As a result, government does not take on the high cost of developing its own codes but benefits from code uniformity that encourages local, affordable, construction growth.

Municipalities are dealing with shrinking budgets, but have the ever expanding responsibility of protecting their citizens’ building structures and regulating community standards.   This can be a tall order for departments which may not have the same personnel they had a few years ago because of overall cutbacks.

The question is what can municipalities do to change things around and provide the same support of safety to their communities?  Consider the following:

  • Easily Deployed Technology:  Federal, state, and local governments are turning to the “Cloud” or subscription based software.  The capital outlay is minimal and budgeting is easier.  A big attraction of this methodology is it does not require staff for technology support.    Backups, security, and server infrastructure are all handled outside the organization.  The organization simply needs to maintain their Internet connection.  Another added bonus is the ability to access the system from anywhere.  Imagine inspectors being able to document their results in real time on a tablet or smart phone device, providing better service to citizens and businesses.
  • Citizen Communication:  Communities are becoming more and more technology driven.  Citizens are beginning to demand it from the communities in which they live.  On-line Citizen Portals provide easy ways for citizens to apply for permits, complain about a neighborhood violation, or praise a civil servant.   The Citizen Portals are self-service and push out information to the community.
  • Automation:  How long does it take to create a permit?  How many people are involved?  Can the approval process be refined?   With a new system, workflow can be created via email or task lists which allow instant approvals.  Documents can be attached and viewed.  All information about the property or permit can be centralized.  The inspection process can also be streamlined with data and information at the inspectors’ finger tips.

Intriguing?  Many of the ICC attendees found exactly this type of information to help them do their jobs effectively and provide real answers to their city councils and citizens.   Want to learn more?  Check out Mitchell Humphrey’s software solutions and its technology based on Microsoft Dynamic CRM at FastTrackGov.com.

For more information about the ICC and attending next year’s Conference in Portland, Oregon, check http://www.iccsafe.org.

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