Ross County joins the growing number of clients who has made the switch to VIP Cloud. By leveraging AWS (Amazon Web Services), a trusted resource for cloud-based services by governments and corporation around the globe, this platform was designed to protect data from any threat, including natural disasters and other disruptions.
After years of struggling to generate the cash-basis reports required for Ohio municipalities, The City of Norwalk Ohio abandoned their Logics platform for VIP Accounting. They are now live on VIP Accounting and Accounting Departmental Workflows. They also are live on VIP Payroll and the Employee Portal, replacing ADP for Payroll which will result in significant cost savings, all implemented in under eight weeks.
MWCD, which provides crucial services to more than 20% of the entire state of Ohio, has joined the growing number of agencies who recognizes the VIP Cloud solution as the platform they need to reduce their infrastructure costs while protecting their data from virtually any threat in a secure, controlled environment.
The Clinton County Port Authority and Beavercreek Township recently transitioned to VIP Cloud from their on-premise servers with great success. They will soon be joined by Greene County Public Library System and Ross County, Ohio, who have chosen VIP Cloud to increase their remote access capabilities, reduce IT costs, and ensure business continuity.
Software Solutions welcomes Highland County to the family of VIP software users. They are replacing their Harris system with the ever-popular VIP Product Suite, including VIP Accounting, Departmental Purchasing, Payroll, Departmental Time Entry, Asset Management, Analytics and the VIP Employee Portal.
Two more Ohio cities have chosen to implement the VIP Web Portal to their utility billing solution, providing increased visibility and online payment options to their constituents. The VIP Web Portal provides anytime, anywhere access 24 hours a day, increasing efficiency both at the utility billing office and the customers they serve.