DENVER, Colorado – Computronix, the preferred partner of choice for government agencies seeking distinctive software and exceptional service, was named a 2020 GovTech 100 company by Government Technology magazine and e.Republic.
The GovTech 100, now in its fifth year, recognizes the top 100 companies in the United States focused on making a difference in state and local government in market segments such as citizen engagement, land management, service delivery, and enterprise licensing.
Computronix provides government agencies with trans-formative enterprise software solutions for permitting & licensing and alcoholic beverage control. Powered by POSSE, an award-winning platform inducted into the Smithsonian Institute’s collection of ground-breaking software, this wholly integrated suite of enterprise products empowers public sector agencies to automate critical processes and streamline business workflows for improved efficiency, accessibility, and civic engagement.
“We are pleased to be named to the 2020 GovTech 100,” said Gord Meeberg, Vice-President of Business Development with Computronix. “Government technology has evolved significantly during our 40+ years as a trusted provider in this space and it is gratifying to see Government Technology and e.Republic, a respected voice in our industry, providing recognition to companies such as Computronix that are dedicated to achieving both product innovation and customer service excellence in the advancement of technology enabled governance.”
More details on this recognition can be found at govtech.com/100.