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Press Release: New Jersey Government Tech Startup Presents at National Conference, Partners with Two NJ Municipalities

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CEO Michael Bonner presents at international conference for local government officials.

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go to the website great post to read Hoboken, NJ- New Jersey tech startup, PropertyPilot, is quickly gaining recognition for being a leader in government technology and geographic information systems (GIS) innovation at the local, state and national levels.  After PropertyPilot Founder and CEO, Michael Bonner, presented at the International Association of Clerks, Recorders, Election Officials and Treasurers (IACREOT) Annual Conference last week, the startup entered into partnerships with two New Jersey municipalities to provide cloud-based government management and geographic information systems technology that will help improve efficiency and transparency while reducing costs.

opcje binarne a podatek “This has been a very exciting two weeks for PropertyPilot,” said CEO Michael Bonner.  “Local and county governments today are under incredible pressure to do more work with fewer resources,” Bonner stated.   “It was great to have been able to offer our expertise on a national level last week and now to take our platform and put it into action in two New Jersey towns is doubly rewarding,” Bonner continued.

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click here now “Ultimately, local governments can’t be in the business of creating and customizing software,” Bonner said. “In too many instances municipalities have erred by spending taxpayer dollars on building systems that become antiquated quickly. It’s like an author creating Microsoft Word before writing a book,” Bonner observed.

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