Springbrook Software | November 09, 2021
Springbrook Software, the leading cloud-based ERP platform for local government agencies, just released advanced Capital Budgeting and Planning, fully integrated with Springbrook's cloud-based Cirrus financial platform. The solution reduces budget management and development time by 50%.
"Our full featured solution is developed for government agency finance teams to help them track, measure and improve organizational performance. Customers have reported up to a 50% savings in time in automating manual processes and up to 80% in reporting. The collaborative features of this solution make it ideal for the new, work from anywhere workforce."
Robert Bonavito, Springbrook CEO.
Advanced Capital Budgeting and Planning delivers critical capabilities, including the ability to create an unlimited number of budget projections, worksheets, and proposed budget reports for review. The state-of-the-art budgeting and forecasting tool is fully integrated with multiple publishing capabilities and features intuitive, collaborative based dashboards and powerful API integrations.
Highlights include the ability to analyze all financial and non-financial data used in the forecasting and budgeting process; instant and convenient self-service access to managers, the ability to attach multiple format documents and full audit compliance.
"This is just the latest example of our continued investments in bringing the most powerful, modern, intuitive and secure solutions to local government agencies. Our goal is to provide tools that enable data driven decisions based on real time information, delivered in the most efficient manner possible, and our customers tell us that we're fulfilling that commitment," adds Bonavito.
About Springbrook Software
Springbrook Software is the country's leading cloud-based finance and administration software provider designing solutions specifically for small to medium sized local government agencies. 1700+ villages, towns, municipalities, fire districts, public health boards and cities in seven countries around the globe, use our suite of modern, high-performance solutions to manage their finances, payroll, utility billing and collect citizen payments. Springbrook is headquartered in Portland, Oregon, with regional presence in Washington, New York, Massachusetts and New Zealand.
Oracle | October 14, 2020
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Government Cloud Services has obtained a Provisional Authority to Operate (P-ATO) from the FedRAMP Joint Authorization Board (JAB). The accreditation continues to demonstrate that OCI is a compliant, cost-effective, and highly-secure platform for our public sector customers' most critical workloads. The JAB is the primary governance and decision-making body for the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP), the government program that sets the standard for assessing, authorizing, and monitoring cloud systems' security. FedRAMP offers two types of authorizations: Agency ATO and JAB P-ATO. Having already achieved a FedRAMP High Agency ATO, Oracle's achievement of the FedRAMP High JAB P-ATO further assures agencies that the risk posture of the system has been reviewed and approved by leading technology officials. The accreditation can also reduce both time and cost for government customers to secure their own agency ATO.
APL | July 08, 2020
APL will focus its operations on servicing the US government as its parent company, CMA CGM, unveiled a series of measures meant to simplify and improve services. In a statement, CMA CGM said APL will “leverage its experience” providing US flag services to “solidify and enhance the Group’s specialisation”. Additionally, APL will continue its Guam-Pacific service. Ed Aldridge, President of CMA CGM and APL in the United States, stated: “We are leveraging the very best of CMA CGM and APL, two major carriers in the U.S., to bring our customers an even more focused and streamlined customer experience.