Infor, GTY to Offer BI, Analytics, Grants Mgmt Tech to State & Local Agencies; Bill Sullivan Quoted

Bill Sullivan

TYSONS CORNER, VA, August 5, 2019 — Infor will offer GTY Technology Holdings’ grants management, budgeting and transparency platforms to local and state government agencies in support of digital transformation efforts in the public sector, ExecutiveBiz reported July 19.

GTY’s eCivis technology and Infor’s Birst cloud-based business intelligence and analytics will be available to more than 1.5K state and local agency customers, with the goal of facilitating increased compliance, security and transparency and delivering automated insights from government data to help shape decision-making, Infor said July 18.

“Through this partnership, our customers can take advantage of the depth of experience and functionality, in budgeting and grants management, which GTY brings to the public sector, along with Infor’s modern BI and enterprise resource planning (ERP) capabilities,” said Bill Sullivan, senior vice president and general manager of public sector at Infor.

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