Accela provides a platform of cloud-based software to governments of all sizes worldwide. The Accela Civic Platform includes solutions and mobile apps to cost-effectively manage critical enterprise functions and foster greater citizen engagement. From asset, land and legislative management to licensing, finance, environmental health and more, Accela's software drives efficiency for over 2,200 governments worldwide. More than 80% of America's 50 largest cities have implemented at least one of Accela's many solutions.
Facilitate the regulatory activities for use and development of land resources within your jurisdiction.
Regulate occupational and operational activity that requires registration, accreditation and renewal.
Manage inventory, service requests, work orders, condition assessments and maintenance of infrastructure assets.
Simplify community engagement and empower citizens to report issues with a 24/7 web portal.
Promote and enforce the health, safety and quality of life in your community.
Fuel fast, accurate work with cloud-based solutions to automate finance, utility billing, HR, property tax and payroll tasks.
Offer visibility and real-time insight into street projects and activities that occur within the public right of way.
Leverage a straightforward and flexible utility and billing system that provides online bill payment for local governments and utility districts
Byrne Software Technologies, Inc.
Since 1985, Byrne Software Technologies, Inc. has specialized in business and technology enabled solutions recognized for providing sustainable value for customers and stakeholders. As an Accela Gold Certified Professional Services Partner, Byrne Software Technologies, Inc. offers superior service before, during, and after the project is complete. Our Accela bronze certified implementation specialists, certified project managers, as well as highly specialized skilled staff in configuration, scripting, development, and training will ensure a successful Accela implementation that will be on time and on budget.
November 20, 2019
Alcoholic beverage control departments protect public safety while facilitating key economic interests such as dining, entertainment and tourism. Despite the vital role ABC departments play, too often the tools and technology used to administer liquor licenses lag behind the times, leading to delays in issuing licenses, less than optimal workflows and a poor citizen experience.
April 22, 2015
State by state, differences abound for citizens’ ability to buy alcohol in grocery stores vs. liquor stores, and on Sunday vs. any day. Questions linger even within restaurants and bars: What time constitutes “last call,” and is it consistent across county and state lines?