Leader Govtech closes quarter with new cloud deployments and migrations, industry accolades
SAN RAMON, Calif., May 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Accela®, the trusted provider of cloud solutions for government, today announced third quarter growth for fiscal 2022 as state and local leaders partnered with the technology provider for digitized solutions and a platform. unified form to address the complex and diverse challenges facing governments. From January to March, Accela added new customers to its roster, migrated customers to the cloud, named a new board member, and received numerous awards.
“This is an exciting time for the dynamic government technology market, as government as a platform is finally here,” said Gary Kovacs, CEO of Accela. “Governments are eager to use technology to improve the way they deliver essential services, meet the ‘consumer-like’ expectations of agency staff and residents, and deliver valuable information that transforms communities and empowers development.” economic. Accela provides both the flexible, robust platform and off-the-shelf government-specific solutions to make these goals, and those to come, achievable.”
Nearly three-quarters of state CIOs mentioned in a recent survey, creating better online experiences for residents is the main driver for the expansion of digital services. Government agencies can use a powerful platform to help them achieve this goal, while creating new efficiencies and streamlining cross-departmental information and processes. With unprecedented funding opportunities available for local communities, including US Bailout Fundit’s time for governments to accelerate their digital transformation.
Accela Continues Customer Growth, Completes New Provisionings and Migrations
During the last quarter, the company delivered double-digit growth in recurring revenue and an unmatched performance in professional services revenue. In 2021, more than 84% of Accela’s SaaS customers used more than one solution on the company’s platform, maximizing insights and automating more processes for staff and residents.
In partnership with Velosimo and OpenCities, Accela signed San Joaquin County, California as a corporate client operating multiple Accela solutions, including the Accela Civic app for construction, fire prevention, business licensing and environmental health. Additionally, the Tennessee State Department of Transportation selected Accela for its authorization solution.
Several communities have chosen Accela Environmental Health to better protect their residents, including Monterey CountyCALIFORNIA; Tacoma–Pierce County, WA; and Kings County, California. Atlantic County, New Jersey also authorized a rapid transition project to Accela’s cloud-based civic application for environmental health – migrating current and historical data, modernizing workflows and releasing a publicly accessible web portal allowing operators easily renew, apply and manage their environmental health programs.
Accela has upgraded additional customers to the cloud, including the City of High Point, North Carolina Fire Department; City of Hermosa Beach, California; City of New Albany, Ohio; City of Memphis, Tennessee Firefighters; City of PittsburghCALIFORNIA; Town of HillsboroughOR; Polk County, Florida; Solano County, California; and Town of Andover, KS. New customers commissioned this quarter included DuPage County, Illinois; Suffolk County, New York State; Michigan CSCL; Oklahoma ABLE; Virginia State Liquor Control Authority; and completed the first phase of the project to Anne Arundel County, MD.
Over the past two years, Accela has completed dozens of customer upgrades to the company’s multi-tenant cloud on Azure, and continues at a steady pace each month. Accela’s net customer retention is among the best in the industry at 110%, a testament to the caliber of its solutions and its commitment to excellent government.
“Government IT leaders and CIOs are at the forefront of laying the groundwork to navigate the uncertainty of business today and lead their agencies into the future,” said Dustin Haisler, CIO of the Center for Digital Government. “To help them through these uncertain times, they must leverage their partnership with a technology leader, like Accela, who can help them reinvent processes and service delivery to both empower residents and produce more efficient outcomes. for agency staff.
Accela recognized for its leadership in reinventing public-private partnerships, strengthens its board of directors
In February, Accela won the inaugural National League of Cities (NLC) Capstone Challenge Series for a project designed to reinvent City of Madison, Wisconsin Report a problem ability. NLC recognized Accela and Madison as a great example of how public-private partnerships can transform communities.
“This project allowed us to automate a process that staff were doing manually, freeing up their time to focus on resolving resident issues and proactively resolving issues,” said Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway.
Beyond this NLC recognition, Accela was also selected by Government Technology magazine as a 2022 Gov Tech 100 company for the seventh consecutive year, and Accela’s Vice President of Alliances and Channels Tony Aiello was appointed to the CRN Line manager 2022 listing. In March, Accela added a new member to the Board of Directors in March with the appointment of Kara Wilson to its board of directors.
Announcing the Spring Partner Summit
Accela has announced its annual Spring Partner Summit, a free event to be held in person at the company’s headquarters in San Ramon, California on May 12. Accela partners interested in participating can register here.
Accela provides a unified suite of cloud solutions trusted by governments around the world to accelerate their digital transformation, deliver vital services and strengthen communities. More than 275 million citizens around the world benefit from Accela’s government software solutions. The company offers purpose-built, agile solutions and the power of a platform that provides users with a consumer-like experience, shares data across departments, and ensures world-class security.
With Accela, government agencies experience fast and efficient digital transformation. Accela’s government software meets agencies wherever they are on their modernization journey, while helping them prepare for what’s next. The company is a 2021 Microsoft US Partner Award winner for its innovative SaaS solutions to help governments respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and was named one of the East Bay’s Largest Tech Employers by San Francisco Business Times. Accela is headquartered in San Ramon, California, with offices around the world. For more information, visit www.accela.com.
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