Advanced technology solutions are making the automation of paper-laded processes less cumbersome, less costly, and more effective. Learn how, San Antonio, the 7th largest city in the US, leveraged lowcode GovTech technology by Kinetech to distribute $70 million in emergency assistance.
SAN ANTONIO (PRWEB) January 20, 2021
Join us for this webinar to learn how technology improved San Antonio’s ability to serve its residents and how low-code solutions can enhance your ability to provide essential services to your clients and customers.
Thursday, January 21, 2021
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Case Study: How the 7th Largest City in the US Used Technology to Distribute $70M in Emergency Housing Funds
During times of crisis, having the ability to provide essential services quickly and efficiently is critical for businesses and government agencies alike. Thankfully, advanced technology solutions are making the automation of paper-laded processes less cumbersome, less costly, and more effective.
Recently, San Antonio, the 7th largest city in the US, leveraged technology to distribute $70 million in emergency housing funds to city residents. By leveraging low code solutions, the city created an automated process to address a pending eviction and utility payment crisis brought on by the effects of the pandemic.
Join the webinar to:
- Get an inside tour of the solution (i.e. dashboard, intake, and processing)
- Understand the hidden cost of paper
- Learn about low-code and its advantages for technology development
- Discover best practices for launching new technology solutions
About the Speaker:
Michael Guido is the CEO of Kinetech, a low code pioneer and Mendix partner. Michael spends his time advising clients, architecting solutions, and leading teams to solve strategic and operational challenges across a range of industries in both the public and private sector. Prior to co-founding Kinetech, Michael worked as a strategy and systems integration consultant at Accenture before becoming the #2 consultant at Mendix.
Michael holds a Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering and a double minor in Mathematics and Business from the University of Virginia