New Jersey ABC Selects Computronix

Denver, CO – Computronix

is pleased to announce that its market-leading POSSE Alcoholic Beverage Control (“POSSE ABC”) software has been selected by the State of New Jersey Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control to implement a state-of-the-art Regulatory Licensing System.

New Jersey ABC, a Division of the State’s Department of Law and Public Safety, is responsible for the regulation, renewal, issuing, and enforcement of liquor licenses. The Division, led by Director Michael Halfacre, supervises the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages in such a manner as to fulfill the public policy and legislative purpose of the Alcoholic Beverage Control law.

“Modernizing our agency by replacing our existing system has been a high priority,” said Director Halfacre. “Implementing this new technology supports our goal to provide better regulation and safety for our businesses and residents, while providing our staff a more efficient and advanced web-based system to do their job.”

POSSE ABC enables State and other liquor authorities to increase productivity by automating and streamlining their unique liquor licensing and enforcement requirements. POSSE ABC includes a 24/7 public portal for online applications and renewals, performance dashboards and metrics for management, and mobile access for both customers and internal staff.

“Computronix is very excited to have been selected to implement the State’s new Alcoholic Beverage Control system, and to support New Jersey in better serving its citizens with the leading technology for regulatory liquor control agencies in North America,” said Gord Meeberg, Computronix Vice President of Business Development.

POSSE ABC customers include the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, the State of Kansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Division, the British Columbia Liquor Control and Licensing Branch, and the Newfoundland-Labrador Liquor Corporation. Computronix serves the membership of the National Alcohol Beverage Control Association (NABCA), the National Conference of State Liquor Administrators (NCSLA), and the Canadian Association of Liquor Jurisdictions (CALJ).

With offices in Edmonton and metro Denver, Computronix is regarded as one of the leading North American vendors in government regulatory software innovation. Since 1979, Computronix has provided robust government workflow solutions for more than 40 state, provincial, and local governments. To date, POSSE government customers have won over 18 national and international awards for business transformation and improved customer and public service.

Denver, CO – Computronix is pleased to announce that its market-leading POSSE Land Management and Licensing System (“POSSE LMS”) software has been selected by the City of Philadelphia to replace its legacy software system in the Department of Licenses and Inspections (“L&I”).

Rich in history and culture, and experiencing a renewed focus on economic growth and development, the City of Philadelphia is the 5th largest City in the United States with a population of over 1.5 million. L&I serves the City, developers, businesses, and citizens by enforcing the Philadelphia Code and educating residents about the Code’s requirements. L&I issues licenses for trades and business, reviews plans and issues permits, and inspects properties and businesses.

Among other goals, the City’s objectives are to become the greenest and most sustainable City in America, and be a government that is more efficient and effective with integrity and responsiveness. L&I chose Computronix to help achieve these goals by implementing the innovative POSSE technology solution. The electronic Commercial Licensing, Inspection and Permit Services Enterprise Project, or “eCLIPSE”, will be a two-year multi-phased project culminating in the full deployment of POSSE LMS, a robust and state of the art permitting, licensing, and mobile inspection system.

POSSE LMS provides a streamlined, integrated solution with 24/7 public accessibility for meeting the time-sensitive needs of developers and businesses, internet-oriented citizens, and service-minded City staff.

“The Department of Licenses and Inspections completed a thorough evaluation of the market- leading software systems and vendors, and is very pleased to partner with Computronix to deliver a highly performing and proven system to better serve our City,” said Department of Licenses and Inspections Commissioner Carlton Williams. “This new system will allow the Department to continue its mission to be the nation’s leading code enforcement agency.”

Inducted into the Smithsonian Institute for Innovative Technology, Computronix’ awarding-winning and powerful POSSE software engine will support the complex and evolving needs of the City of Philadelphia. With its flexible and highly configurable platform, POSSE LMS is accessible via the web, readily available on mobile devices, and will interface with the City’s Geographic Information System to provide its staff and citizens with the most accurate and up-to-the-minute information.

“Computronix is pleased to have been chosen by the City of Philadelphia for this important project. In partnership with L&I, we are looking forward to implementing POSSE LMS to help the City achieve its goals and provide a reliable and innovative solution to serve its citizens,” said Gord Meeberg, Computronix Vice President of Business Development.

With offices in Edmonton and metro Denver, Computronix is regarded as one of the leading North American vendors in government regulatory software innovation. Since 1979, Computronix has provided robust government workflow solutions for more than 40 state, provincial, and local governments. To date, POSSE government customers have won over 18 national and international awards for business transformation and improved customer and public service.