Fairfax Software | January 17, 2022
Fairfax Software is pleased to announce that it has been recently awarded a contract by the Ontario Government to provide: comprehensive software solution for payment processing (electronic and paper-based), image processing of paper for non-remittance forms, and full-service data entry. This contract was awarded to Fairfax Software following rigorous competitive procurement undertaken by the Treasury Board Secretariat on behalf of Ministry of Finance (MOF). Fairfax Software will implement and integrate the latest version of its Quick Modules 5.0 software suite, which provides a single platform designed to process all of MOF's 5.9 million annual inbound mail and electronic transactions for payment processing and data capture.
This comprehensive solution will support all 126 business programs across 16 client ministries and will include technical and operational training. Fairfax Software's extensive solution will also cover and support approximately 90 new and existing interface files with 15 separate systems. The contract calls for design and implementation over eighteen-month period, a phased rollout of twenty-four months, and a full operation period of three and half years but has the potential for a 15-year term.
Fairfax Software's solution is unique by providing an efficient approach with a streamlined single platform of imaging, remittance processing, data capture, monitoring, and reporting for all payment types while balancing, reconciling, and depositing the daily fund receipts. Many technical features and business benefits associated with the implementation of the Quick Modules 5.0 system have solidified Fairfax Software as an industry leader.
The Fairfax Software award-winning solution Quick Modules 5.0 was built from the ground up to process real-life payment data and electronic transactions, along with all its associated attachments, with or without remittance, all in one single workflow under one common Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) SQL Server database. This paradigm, which was invented and commercialized by Fairfax Software, has become a staple in U.S.-based state and commercial payment front-end processing for the last decade or more. More U.S. state tax and revenue agencies have adopted this paradigm than not.
"We are delighted to have earned this contract and honored to serve the Ontario Government. Our single platform solution will streamline the Ministry's workflow in the most efficient way possible and in an enterprise-wide capacity." Michael Minter, Vice President of Sales and Marketing stated: "Our award-winning Quick Modules solution has met and exceeded the competitive scrutiny of the Ontario Government's procurement process. Once again, we have proven that our solution is the best on the market for processing incoming mission-critical data."
Steve Chahal, President and Chief Executive Officer of Fairfax Software
Fairfax Software has been providing state-of-the-art data capture and remittance processing solutions to state government clients, and more specifically state revenue clients since 1994 and with this award extends its solution footprint abroad. Fairfax Software's solutions, based on the signature product Quick Modules, are now the de-facto engine powering the payment and data capture processes in thirty-three (33) different U.S. states and forty-three (43) state agencies. Fairfax Software is capitalizing on its success in the United States' marketplace and expanding its award-winning software into the Canadian market.
Fairfax Software has recently announced that it is henceforth offering to host its mission-critical state government solutions in its secure and encrypted cloud on Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure with several state governments having adopted it.
Parrot | September 03, 2020
Parrot, the leading European drone group, is pleased to announce its selection in the Blue sUAS program by the U.S. Army and the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU). The DIU is a Department of Defense organization that accelerates commercial technology for national defense. The Blue sUAS program is a spin-off of the Short-Range Reconnaissance (SRR) program launched by the Army and DIU in April 2019. The Blue sUAS drone development effort was organized in response to increased government-wide demand for secure and ultraportable drones that could be used for a variety of military and federal applications.
Makpar | May 26, 2021
Makpar Corporation, an experienced solutions-orientated contractor focused on modernizing IT solutions for the federal government, today announced that it has released its Makpar Innovation Lab, which aims to enhance mission success for the government via modern-day innovations.
By testing and developing the modern emerging technologies, the new Makpar Innovation Lab aims to introduce new services and products to its government customers – to enhance solutions at the same time as deepening data analytics, to add significant context and power to data-driven decisions.
“With the new Makpar Innovation Lab, we aim to constantly refine our solutions to best meet new and emerging government IT needs,” stated Tariq Islam, Director of Technology and Solutions at Makpar. “From tackling big data problems to the usage of pattern analysis and AI, we aim to constantly develop solutions that make data relevant, timely, and actionable for the government.”
Makpar is an experienced solutions-orientated federal government contractor focused on IT infrastructure modernization. Since 2009, the organization has provided mission-critical, modern technology for federal agencies looking for enterprise-wide solutions. Our capabilities encompass cybersecurity, data strategy, cloud migration, IT project management, application development, and agile transformation. Recognition and awards include the 2019 SBA Region three Subcontractor of the Year award, listing on Fortune’s Best Small and Medium Workplaces, and multi-year certifications as a Great Place to Work.