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/.

A Quick Way to Save Inquiry Plus Results to MS Excel

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  • Execute your Inquiry.
  • When the results are displayed on the Inquiry Results screen, click on the topmost, leftmost cell of the results to highlight all of the cells.  This will darken all of the cells.

  • Right-click and choose Copy.
  • Open MS Excel and start a new file.
  • Click in the spreadsheet where you want to insert your data from the inquiry, then right-click and choose Paste.

Now you have your inquiry results in a spreadsheet!

Social Media…What’s Hot for 2010?

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From Tim Kiely:

What will 2010 bring in terms of Social Media options for governments and their citizens?

FastTrackGov found a short video entitled “What’s Hot in 2010? Learn from the Online Trendsetters” that discusses several recently launched Social Media websites that have early adopters excited, and how they could become the next big thing in 2010 and beyond. 

Video compliments of Daisy Whitney’s New Media Minute.

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