Overview

June 14
11AM PT, 2PM ET

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The past year has been a stress test for most local agencies, with the need to quickly empower a remote workforce and serve constituents in new ways. Outdated technology systems have often been the barrier to the needed transition to digital. There is too much at stake to continue keeping critical information in siloed, aging legacy systems.

In contrast, modern content management solutions enable faster, more informed decision-making, greater collaboration among agencies and enhanced services for citizens. They also offer budget-strapped agencies the agility to onboard modern solutions and extend the capabilities of their systems without having to do a full rip and replace of what they are using today.

Join Government Technology and Hyland on June 14 for an informative webcast that will cover:

  • Modern fixes and tools for legacy issues, including automated capture, case management, business process automation and cloud deployment
  • The range of local government use cases for modern content and document management
  • How to seamlessly integrate your existing systems with configurable, scalable capabilities

Speakers

Terri Jones

Terri Jones

Enterprise Advisor, Hyland

Terri Jones is a member of Hyland’s Enterprise Advising Team. Prior to her time with Hyland, she worked at the state and county level in economic, community and affordable housing development. At the state level, she was an IT director planning and implementing infrastructure and solutions to manage $90M+ in grants and spending each year. She holds degrees in Economics, Public Financial Management and Law.

Paul Clanton

Paul Clanton — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center For Digital Government

Paul has devoted his career to helping local governments be on the forefront of using technology to increase value delivered to the public. He has over 30 years in various Information technology roles in both the public and private sectors including 20 years leading Information Technology departments. He now helps local governments get the most value from their significant investment in people, process, and technology.

Some of Paul’s accomplishments include leading two different IT organizations that earned Top-10 Digital Counties Survey awards for a combined 11 times. He has also earned an InformationWeek 500 Government Innovators award.

Paul holds Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Science in Information Systems degrees as well as undergraduate degrees in Computer Science and Psychology.