Salesforce Colorado Technology Day

[May 15, 2018 – Denver, CO] The theme for the third annual Salesforce Colorado Technology Day  focused on “Redefining Government in the 4th Industrial Revolution.” Many believe that after steam and water power; electricity and assembly lines; and most recently, computerization, the fourth industrial revolution will see a connected world through the rise of cloud computing, AI, IoT and mobile technology.

The public event showcased how the State of Colorado used the Salesforce platform and implemented new processes with the goal of transforming citizen applications used across the state of about 5.6 million.

BasicGov was invited to attend the free event and listened to Joe Piava, Regional Vice President for Public Sector at Salesforce, give the keynote address.  While there, BasicGov representatives also met with other state agencies interested in Salesforce solutions and networked with other Salesforce partners.

About BasicGov

Empowering Government to Efficiently Serve

At BasicGov, our purpose and core values guide our product innovation and dedication to deliver excellence. Starting in 1985, our former parent company (Municipal Solutions Group) was founded by government employees who believed that permitting and licensing could be automated through software. What began as an on-premise solution that grew to supporting over 300 customers we realized the potential in ‘cloud technology.’ By the early 2000s, we created the only permitting and licensing solution to be hosted on the Force.com platform from Salesforce , the World’s Most Innovative Company*.  In 2006, we were split from our parent company and BasicGov became a stand alone entity that still offers a cloud-based COTS solution with modules for Licensing, Inspections, Planning, Permitting, Code Enforcement, Fund Accounting, and Payment/Billing Management on the Salesforce cloud platform.

*Forbes Annual List of the World’s Most Innovative Companies



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Jennifer Thompson
BasicGov Systems, Inc.
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