Longtime investor and entrepreneur Steve Ressler shares his perspective with In Case You Missed It on the world of government technology and offers advice for those looking to enter the market.
The company has made a cellphone alternative to police body cameras.
GTY plans to go private after being acquired by a private equity firm. Industry experts talk about what this means for government customers and whether this type of deal can happen again as the industry grows.
From permitting and licensing to public safety and artificial intelligence, the market for tech companies serving state and local government hit record M&A highs in 2021 — and it's just getting started.
The company, which provides data publication and other services to municipalities and schools, will be the very first investment for a new private equity firm. The move appears to position Munetrix for an eventual sale.
As local and state officials get more sophisticated about software, companies are buying peers and competitors in a push unlike any yet seen. Experts explain what’s happening and what it means for governments.
So you're talking with investors and answered their early questions. Here are the numbers they'll want to know next and how to frame them, according to serial gov tech entrepreneur Steve Ressler.
So you've got investors calling and emailing about your company. Now you'll need to prepare to talk to them. Here's how to cover financials, technical details and your story when talking with interested parties.
In gov tech, growth and recognition tends to mean interest from many different people. Here, one entrepreneur offers a guide on how to sift through different types of requests and proposals.
We asked five leaders in the gov tech market what they expected to happen in the past five years that did — or did not — come to pass. Their answers offer insight into what ground was gained and where there’s room to grow.