COLUMBIA, Md., Jan. 12, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- GCOM, the leader in outcome-driven technology solutions for state and local government, today announced that it has been named to the GovTech 100 list for 2022.
The GovTech 100 is the market-leading curation of the top 100 companies in gov tech, released each year by Government Technology magazine. The list shaped by a variety of key market experts, government employees, investors and the publication's editorial team.
GCOM completed two significant acquisitions in 2021. In April the company acquired Authomate, a digital identity solution that protects credentials and increases security controls, while eliminating the burden on humans to change their behavior. In May GCOM acquired Qlarion, an award-winning data-analytics, and business intelligence firm.
"The GovTech 100 for 2022 exemplify the potential of public and private-sector collaboration to catalyze innovation. Each of the GovTech 100 provide critical capabilities to help state and local agencies navigate uncertainty and reimagine the way they deliver services to their constituents," said Dustin Haisler, e.Republic Chief Innovation Officer.
GCOM's solutions are designed to create safer, more equitable, and thriving communities. Its software products include a variety of SaaS solutions serving state healthcare, public safety and economic development, including several purpose-built products focused on the Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC), vital records management and community health analytics, among others.
GCOM delivers outcome-driven technology solutions to state and local government that are designed to improve population wellbeing, create safer and more equitable communities, and foster a thriving economy. GCOM's SaaS solutions, coupled with its IT and data analytics services, help governments to provide real-world program impact for residents. Spanning health and human services, public safety, and economic development, GCOM's solutions include several purpose-built products focused on the Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC), vital records management, self-sovereign identity, community health analytics, and more.
Katie Hanusik, GCOM, +1 (703) 287-7824, [email protected]