Accenture has won a nine-year contract with the California Department of Consumer Affairs to develop and implement a licensing and enforcement system to support the boards and bureaus that the department represents, the company announced today.
The system will be known as BreZEe and will replace legacy systems that Accenture said complicate interaction between citizens, the department and licencing processes.
The department includes just under 40 regulatory bodies that certify practitioners and mandate necessary qualifications, among other duties. It issues licenses to businesses and individuals in more than 100 professional categories.
“Right now we have a very limited website for our consumers, so they don't have a lot of access to our services,“ added department's BreEZe project manager Brandon Rutschmann.
The state of California contracted Accenture to deliver a system for both central office and online services.