Two private sector experts in cloud-based technology join a panel on tech issues driving county government change at MACo’s Winter Conference.
Maryland’s Association of County Information Technology Officers are sponsoring a session at the upcoming MACo Conference on how it developments are driving policy change in county government.
The session will include a presenters from county governments describing the effects of developments like 5G, broadband, and cyber threats on county practices. The panel will also include an innovator in cloud-based technology, and a representative of one of the largest cloud solutions providers.
Michael Tanenhaus is Founder & CEO of Mavenspire. As CEO of Mavenspire, Michael provides the vision for the company, translating its 5- and 10- year goals into short-term action plans and shepherding those plans along the way to success.
Over the past 14 years, Mavenspire has successfully completed countless IT projects for clients in all verticals including Healthcare, Nonprofit, Manufacturing, Government, Legal, Large Enterprise, and SMB.
Mavenspire has worked with county governments, including Calvert County, Maryland.
Calvert County Government (CCG) has relied on Mavenspire for more than a decade to help overcome the challenges inherent in a fast growing county – changing legislation at the Federal and State level, and the vast needs of a more technical citizenry. Mavenspire has implemented effective changes in the county with thoughtful consideration of the budget and limited bandwidth of their human resources. Mavenspire’s work has touched upon Public Safety systems, permitting requirements, public facilities such as the golf course and pool, and other requests for new technologies. –Mavenspire
In speaking with Michael about the upcoming MACo Conference panel, he shared his insight into the challenge of the public sector to identify and outsource tasks that are occupying excessive time so that resources may be directed to better ways of serving constituents.
David Swillum is the Cloud Sales Manager for Kronos US. He develops sales processes, tools, training and resources required to rapidly grow the cloud business for U.S. Public Sector.
Kronos is the global leader in delivering workforce management solutions in the cloud. Tens of thousands of organizations in more than 100 countries— including more than half of the Fortune1000® — use Kronos to control labor costs, minimize compliance risk, and improve workforce productivity.
In speaking with David about the upcoming MACo Conference panel, he shared how new tools and technology can attract millennials into the workforce and allow them to circulate their energy and creative throughout the government organization.
The MACo Winter Conference Session Are We There Yet? How New Technology Is Driving Government Policy will be held Wednesday, January 2, 2019 from 3:15 pm to 4:15 pm at the Hyatt Resort in Cambridge, Maryland.
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