Comcate to Exhibit at the 98th Annual ICMA Conference in Phoenix, AZ October 7 - 10

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Comcate to highlight public agency solutions for citizen mobile access, customer relationship management, code enforcement and inspections

Comcate, Inc., a leader in easy-to-deploy, web-based solutions for public agencies, today announced that it will be exhibiting at the 2012 International City/County Management Association (ICMA) Conference in Phoenix, AZ from October 7 – October 10 in Booth #237 at the Phoenix Convention Center. The ICMA Conference will draw over 2,500 local government professionals from around the world and feature more than 200 speakers and a wide range of professional development courses.

Comcate will highlight its leading Comcate Citizen Mobile Access solution, which enables citizens to interact with public agencies in real time via their smartphones. Comcate’s Citizen Mobile Access application is currently being used by thousands of citizens to communicate with agencies across the United States. In addition, Comcate will demonstrate its market leading eFeedback Manager (eFM) for Citizen Relationship Management, Comcate’s Code Enforcement Manager and the company’s solutions for Inspections and Reporting.

About Comcate
Since 2001, Comcate has been driven by the belief that better data and analytics can help public agencies make better decisions. Our founding team of city managers and Silicon Valley technologists had a deep commitment to helping agencies improve customer and staff efficiency with easy-to-use and implement technology, and that commitment continues today. With an exclusive focus on building solutions that enable efficient, transparent and responsive government, Comcate works with over 250 state and local agencies across the United States, and our solutions are used every day by over 20,000 agency managers and their staff. Comcate is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

About ICMA
The International City/County Management Association is the professional and educational organization for over 9,000 chief appointed managers, administrators, and assistants in cities, towns, counties, and regional entities throughout the world. Since 1914, ICMA has provided technical and management assistance, training, and information resources to its members and the local government community.

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