Omaha selects Velosimo to deliver a connected experience for staff and citizens
Omaha, NB has partnered with Velosimo – the only provider of cloud-native, off-the-shelf technology connectors built explicitly for government – to deliver a modern, connected digital experience to citizens, contractors, developers, engineers during the electronic plan review process.
“We are thrilled Omaha has selected one of Velosimo’s revolutionary off-the-shelf connectors to help modernize their digital services,” said Kris Trujillo, Velosimo CEO. “It’s wonderful to see the City's leadership in delivering the highest level of touchless services by leveraging Velosimo for Accela to e-PlanSoft intelligent interoperability, and we are proud to support their critical goals.”
The largest city in Nebraska and the anchor of the one million population Omaha-Council Bluffs metropolitan area, Omaha now joins other prominent public sector agencies in leveraging Velosimo's revolutionary no-code connectors to modernize their services with seamless and uninterrupted digital experiences. Simultaneously, eliminating redundant work, manual tasks, complexity, and confusion while lowering costs and increasing customer satisfaction.
Velosimo provides cloud-native, off-the-shelf technology connectors explicitly built for government and the distinct scenarios of inner-system use by staff and citizens, with connector management and deep insight into all connected systems transactions on the Velosimo Connect integration platform as a service (iPaaS). Velosimo also provides a revolutionary, low-code environment for rapid custom connector development by Government Technology Companies, System Integrators, and government agencies.
The Velosimo Marketplace showcases the burgeoning collection of quickly-enabled, off-the-shelf, certified connectors from Velosimo and their partners.
Government agencies are turning to Velosimo as their escalated move towards online, touchless service drives the need for predictable systems interoperability and modern, uninterrupted user experiences.