Infor, GTY Forge Public Sector Digital Transformation Partnership; Bill Sullivan Quoted

Bill Sullivan

Business cloud software provider Infor and GTY Technology Holdings have teamed up to help government agencies advance their digital transformation efforts.

Infor said Thursday it will provide GTY’s eCivis grants management platforms and budgeting and transparency systems to over 1.5K local and state government clients through the partnership.

GTY will offer Infor’s Birst Business Intelligence and analytics tools, which use patented machine learning and automation technologies to help organizations generate insights, facilitate the decision-making process and connect applications and teams via a network of analytics.

“Through this partnership, our customers can take advantage of the depth of experience and functionality, in budgeting and grants management, which GTY brings to the public sector, along with Infor’s modern BI and enterprise resource planning capabilities,” said Bill Sullivan, senior vice president and general manager for public sector at Infor.

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