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February 8th, 2017
The movement toward enhancing services through technological modernization will undoubtedly continue through 2017 and beyond; upgrading paper-based processes is a key step for government agencies take in order to meet this goal.
November 1st, 2016
California’s commitment to modernizing state law impacting electronic transactions makes us extremely proud. Throughout the year, Governor Jerry Brown and the California legislature have made significant strides in removing barriers making business more consumer-friendly in today’s digital age. What better way for the home of Silicon Valley to show its leadership in technology innovation than via public-sector leading digital government.
June 20th, 2016
As more government processes move online, the need for a signature prevents many organizations from going fully digital. State and local agencies, in particular, have struggled with signatures because of the offline workflows they necessitate. Agencies often cannot be as responsive as they’d like to be to the needs and requests of their citizens because they are faced with a bifurcated signature procedure which requires both online and offline tasks.
March 17th, 2016
The words “automation” or “digitization” typically evoke thoughts of technology-driven enterprises, particularly ones where IT solutions have taken over tasks that used to be completed by humans. While this is largely the case, this process also means that people have greater availability to complete the tasks they excel at – like interacting with others and working on complex transactions. The benefit of automation is especially realized in Human Resources (HR) departments.