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Whatever's happening in the broader market, gov tech's strong pace of activity continued in the second quarter of the year, with several large deals and some clear trends emerging in areas such as asset management.
The product, called the Gateway, is designed to bridge the gap between new and old emergency call technology. The joint software launch from the two companies comes amid larger improvements for 911 communications.
With many stocks taking hits and investors fretting about the possibility of a recession, gov tech market adviser Jeff Cook explores whether uncertainty is pushing investors toward the stability of gov tech.
The latest acquisition for OpenGov involves a company whose software helps public agencies with capital planning, infrastructure maintenance and related tasks. The deal reportedly gives OpenGov a $1.25 billion valuation.
The UbiHub tool already is helping cities with traffic and curb management, and can be used for a variety of other tasks. The company is making a play to reduce costs and hassles for smart city projects.
Snyder, who was Michigan’s governor for eight years, brought on his former state CIO to start a cybersecurity company focused on small and medium-sized organizations. Its offerings include a “personalized concierge.”
More than 40 state agencies in Ohio will begin using fleet management technology by Geotab to improve operational efficiencies in areas like fuel consumption, route design, idling and the application of materials like sand and salt.
Texas-based Ryan, which sells tax services and software, is beefing up its government business while also making a bigger play for the Canadian market. The deal follows a similar acquisition in late 2021.
The seller of cloud-based software recently rebranded and now says it is dealing with increased demand for its technology. The capital will go toward product development and winning new markets and customers.
The 4-year-old startup builds “connectors” to help tech from companies such as Accela and Laserfiche work better together — and it sees the new capital as a way to bring more companies and customers on board.
Hayden AI’s chief growth officer, Charles Territo, talks with Dustin Haisler about how technology enables cities to improve urban mobility and enhance the quality of life of their communities.
The new partnership with the cybersecurity ratings provider comes as more counties face ransomware, data breach and election risks. The idea is to provide enough data in quick enough fashion to head off those risks.
The company has made a cellphone alternative to police body cameras.
As wildfires become more frequent and intense, this project — along with other recent efforts — shows how the gov tech industry is helping to limit damage. Nighttime detection also is becoming a higher priority.
Accenture's Group Chief Executive - Technology and CTO joins ICYMI to discuss his recent book on human-inspired technologies and how they can help leaders approach innovation in a completely new way.