Community Development (17 companies found)

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  • Accela Inc

    Rating: 5 - 1 review
    Accela Automation® is an enterprise application that provides government agencies with a complete solution to automate workflow, forms management, activity tracking, cashiering, and many other mission critical tasks. Accela Automation can automate the activities of a single department or work as...
  • Mitchell Humphrey

    Since 1977, Mitchell Humphrey has been providing software solutions and services to clients in both the Public and Private sectors featuring faster implementations, better access to information, and smarter decision making. Today, hundreds of organizations across North America benefit from our...
  • Arcbridge Consulting

    ARCBridge provides a full spectrum of Application development services from requirements analysis to design, development, testing and implementation.
  • Vision Government Solutions, Inc.

  • DEVNET Inc.

  • Infovision Software

    Evolve Planning is an integrated web based system that provides city and county planning, business license and fire departments with a comprehensive tool for managing the entire planning process.
  • Avolve Software

  • CityView, a Division of Harris Computer Systems

    33 years in the business! For 33 years, CityView has been where our customers needed us. Initially, empowering Cities and Counties to take control of their permitting, inspections, land management, case management and licensing data tracking and data sharing needs, then; providing the...
  • MountainView Software

    MountainView's state-of-the-art software products for expertly processing claim data helps organizations to effectively manage business risks.
  • iWasteNot Systems

    2good2waste.com: We provide a Community Environmental Hub for citizens and groups who want to reduce, reuse and recycle and more. We supply the software, green professional hosting, updates & upgrades, and support. Affordable for even smaller communities.