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Questica, continues the expansion of its government client roster including the City of Marion, IL

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Wendy McLean-Cobban

Read the full news release on GTYTechnology.com.

 

Questica, has continued to expand its client support for small and mid-sized cities, towns and counties in Q3 (FY) 2019, including welcoming new clients like the City of Marion, Illinois.

 

“Questica is a leader in cloud-based, SaaS budgeting, performance and transparency solutions that offers a new standard of excellence in resource management for our clients,” said Stephen Rohleder, President, CEO and Chairman of GTY. “We are proud to empower governments at of all sizes with the ability to streamline their budgeting processes for better outcomes and to work more effectively with their citizens and other stakeholders.”

 

GTY’s Questica has continued to scale its small to mid-size clientele this quarter, with new additions including:

 

 

“Government agencies are looking for solutions that will help them transform their budgeting processes and provide them with better business insights to make high-impact decisions for their constituents,” said Craig Ross, Chief Revenue Officer at Questica. “Questica offers a solution that’s highly configurable and scalable, and has the dynamic functionality to meet the budgeting and reporting needs of clients ranging from small towns to large cities, counties and states.”

 

Thru 2019, Questica has made significant in-roads in supporting the small to mid-sized government space. Additions to the client roster in the U.S. have included the Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority, MI, City of Buffalo, MN, City of Durango, CO, City of Maple Valley, WA, City of Taft, CA, Hubbard County, MN, and Suisun City, CA. While in Canada, new clients include the Clearwater County, AB, District of Mackenzie, BC, District of Tumbler Ridge, BC, Town of Lakeshore, ON, Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako, BC, and Rocky Mountain House, AB.

 

The Questica Budget suite enables public sector clients to move away from manual processes and legacy systems with insufficient capabilities to budgeting that is efficient, accurate and collaborative.

 

“I’m very tough when it comes to buying software. In my experience in business and even when I sold software, it ends up being what I call “shelf ware” which sounds good, looks good, but you don’t use 99% of the features and it ends up on a proverbial shelf. This stuff is good. It’s is a game-changer for us,” said Mayor Michael Absher from the City of Marion during the August 12, 2019 City Council Meeting. Steve Hale, Treasurer at the City of Marion went on to say that with Questica, “you can design it to meet your needs, to be able to look at your department to get certain information without having to wait to print off financials at the end of the month, when they are already three weeks to a month late. You can get current information with this type of software. We can get a current year projection or go up several years to try and get a feel for how things are trending and where things are going.”

 

For over 20 years, Questica has partnered with public sector organizations to enable data-driven budgeting and decision-making, while increasing data accuracy, productivity and improving stakeholder trust. Over 700 organizations across 48 states and 11 provinces and territories are using our budgeting, performance, transparency and engagement software solutions. For more information about Questica, visit questica.com.

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