Recently the outdated technology that many of our governments run on has been grabbing headlines on Bloomberg and NPR. The GovTech Space is marked by legacy technology, on-premise servers, failed deployments, and enormous consulting contracts that hamper the efficiency of our government professionals throughout their respective government.

Luckily, necessary technological modernization is on its way. A transformation for GovTech is here as technologies designed specifically for the public sector that allow applications to update continuously, scale, integrate, react at lightning speed, have exceptional user interfaces, and are able to handle modifications, updates, and upgrades have arrived.

SaaS and The Cloud Hit the Private Sector

In the last 10 years, there have been enormous advancements in engineering languages/platforms that have proven themselves at the enterprise-level in the private sector. Companies like Salesforce, Shopify, and Marketo deliver scalable, robust software solutions that are always up-to-date and quickly deployed. These tools are available to their subscribers anywhere they have an internet connected computer with a browser.

While these technologies have previously only served the private sector, new technologies, like OpenGov, have taken lessons learned from private-sector facing enterprise SaaS and developed government-focused solutions for the public sector that will bring a host of value and efficiency to government.

Watch the Webinar

In our latest webinar, a panel of government professionals and OpenGov engineering leaders gave an overview of the current state of technology in the public sector, new technologies that were finally making their way into the space, and explained the numerous benefits that the sector will realize.

Highlights from the webinar include:

  1. An overview of some of the outdated technologies that still haunt government halls and the effects that those technologies have.
  2. An in-depth look into the debate between on-premise, single-tenant, and multi-tenant software.
  3. A look into new technologies that will change the GovTech industry, and the benefits those technologies will bring across all levels of government.
  4. Insights into how government leaders are responding to and prioritizing these new technologies.

Watch our on-demand webinar to hear the new technologies that will change the GovTech industry, and how they can bring a host of value and efficiency to the public sector.