Accela, the leading provider of productivity and civic engagement solutions for government, today announced that the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) has selected the Accela Civic Platform to help support its business processes and promote improvements to the department’s efficiency, effectiveness, data quality and security. solution.
Featuring an open architecture and centralized database, the Accela Civic Platform allows for event, transaction and contact activity to be shared across city departments, increasing communication between office and field workers, citizens and businesses. The platform will allow the CDPHE to more efficiently license and inspect local food establishments, maintain licensing and inspection data, along with manage complaint processing and billing.
“With the selection of the Accela Civic Platform, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment will now be able to strengthen communication and efficiencies across departments and field workers, and positively impact every aspect of food health and safety throughout the state,” said Maury Blackman, President and CEO of Accela. “By increasing its capacity to protect public health, CDPHE is providing citizens and food business owners a more efficient, transparent and engaging civic service.”
To learn more about the Accela Civic Platform, visit: www.accela.com.