• KPMG Adoxio Facilitates Smart City Transformation

    Summary

    KPMG Adoxio’s relationships with the City of Lafayette, Louisiana and LUS Fiber lead to the first ever LUS Fiber Smart City Challenge Civic Hackathon. Over the 24-hour event, teams came up with solutions to alleviate the damaging effects of traffic and transportation issues on Lafayette's quality of life.

    The wildly successful event achieved the goal of engaging the community in designing, collaborating, and ideating towards better transportation options in Lafayette.

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  • KPMG Benchmarking Report: How Cities Worldwide are Measuring Success

    Finding the Courage to Improve

    Around the world, our cities are undergoing massive and fundamental change. Demand for city services is changing. Expectations are increasing. And costs are coming under pressure. Cities have no choice but to become more efficient and more effective at delivering services, but what exactly does "more efficient and more effective " mean? And, how do they achieve that?

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  • Highlights from the Smart Cities Expo World Forum

    KPMG Adoxio attended the Smart Cities Expo World Forum in Toronto May 7 & 8 to learn what others are doing to “educate people towards smart cities and urban planning technologies, strive for innovation, promote business, and connect thousands of Smart City Experts from around the globe”. 

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  • KPMG closes acquisition of Adoxio Business Solutions

    Strengthens ability to provide clients with Microsoft Dynamics 365 solutions

    TORONTO, May 16, 2018 – KPMG in Canada is pleased to officially announce its acquisition of substantially all the assets of Adoxio Business Solutions, a global information technology firm specializing in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement. It will now operate under the name of KPMG Adoxio Business Solutions.

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  • KPMG to Acquire Adoxio – Strengthening its Global Leadership as a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Integrator

    CALGARY, Alberta--()--Adoxio Business Solutions (Adoxio) is proud to announce that it is being acquired by KPMG in Canada. KPMG is already a leader in leveraging the Microsoft Dynamics 365 platform to offer digital transformation to organizations around the world, and the acquisition of Adoxio serves to strengthen and solidify that position and further enhances leading technical capabilities. The acquisition is expected to close by the end of April 2018.

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  • Finances Online Reviews VeloCITY 365

    ​VeloCity 365 was ranked by Finances Online and received a 93% user satisfaction rating, winning us a Great User Experience award for 2018 and their 2018 Rising Star award! FinancesOnline awards both recognitions to software solutions that are perceived by users as an efficient platform for solving difficult tasks while offering a superior user experience through intuitive functionalities.

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  • Adoxio Supports Portal Technology Throughout Product Lifecycle

    Like many companies, part of our sales strategy is to respond to RFPs, and one of the recurring questions is, “What happens to us if your company/product is bought/sold?”. Adoxio has a great answer to this - we are a case study for how to support clients all the way through the product lifecycle, whether we own it or not.

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  • Regulate 365 Day In The Life

    Many regulatory organizations still have applicants fill out and submit paper forms at a general collection point, which are then manually sorted and distributed to the appropriate department. With all the licenses and applications that now govern society, how is it that the technology supporting this entire industry has not evolved with the times?

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  • Adoxio Announced as one of the Top 50 Best Places to Work for Women 2018

    We're one of the best places for women to work!

     

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  • Regulate Pain Points

    For those who work in regulated fields, the pain of obtaining a license through an agency is all too familiar. The long lines, the endless forms, and the total black hole of information while waiting for approval or rejection make for a difficult, hard to navigate experience for applicants. It’s also a terrible process for those who actually handle license and permit applications – the regulatory employees. On the other side of the counter, employees deal with an application management process that has not advanced much in the last 20 years.  Let’s look at three factors that make life more painful for regulatory employees: disparate systems, repetitive tasks, and dealing with complaints from the public.

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