CivicPlus® has been recognized by Government Technology magazine as one of the top 100 companies in the United States for helping to improve the public sector. The GovTech 100 is an annual list compiled and published by Government Technology as a compendium of 100 companies focused on, making a difference in, and selling to state and local government agencies across the United States. 2022 marks the seventh consecutive year that CivicPlus has been among those companies listed in the GovTech 100.
“The GovTech 100 for 2022 exemplify the potential of public and private-sector collaboration to catalyze innovation," said Dustin Haisler, e.Republic Chief Innovation Officer. "Each of the GovTech 100 provide critical capabilities to help state and local agencies navigate uncertainty and reimagine the way they deliver services to their constituents."
Haisler went on to say, "Gov tech as a market is having an ‘App Store’ moment enabling government agencies to rapidly procure the best solutions to solve their most pressing challenges.”
"The past several years have challenged our community leaders immensely," said Brian Rempe, CivicPlus Chief Executive Officer. "It has been a privilege to work side-by-side with our customers to build solutions to their unique challenges that are helping to enable online self-service, create positive civic experiences, and foster resident trust."
CivicPlus offers integrated technology solutions for local government. Its offerings include website design and hosting, employee management, emergency and mass notifications, parks and recreation management, agenda and meeting management, ready-to-use mobile apps and forms, citizen request management, codification, and licensing, permitting, and planning tools.
CivicPlus has also been recognized for eleven consecutive years among the Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies, as determined by Inc. magazine.
According to Rempe, CivicPlus only intends to continue pushing itself to find new, innovative solutions to the challenges facing local government.
“We've learned much over the last few years, and we're taking those lessons and the trends we see for the future of contactless government and are continuing to push for modern, digital advancements in government-resident experiences.”
If you’re ready to learn how an integrated planning, permitting, licensing, fire, and life safety solution can streamline your operations and enable convenient digital services to your community, click here to learn more.