November 1

Revize Software Systems: Revolutionizing the Web Development in the Public Sector

Author: CIO Review

20 Most Promising Public Sector Solution Providers - 2019

Today, government agencies are playing a crucial role in disseminating important information to the community it serves and administering vital functions. Despite the weight of the task at hand, often government agencies find themselves in a tight spot due to outdated technology that fails to effectively serve its staff or community. In the current day and age, where websites are the most widespread communication tools to reach maximum people, most of the government websites lack organized content and interactive features to engage with residents. While government agencies seek a dynamic content management system (CMS) to revamp their website and stay connected with people, Revize Software Systems steps up to help public sector organizations redefine their websites and enhance overall user experience. “Our simple-to-use yet powerful solution enables clients to manage their online presence with unparalleled functionality and style,” begins Akshay Ray, CTO, Revize Software Systems.

With a mission to enhance the communications of local municipalities and government organizations, Revize offers web applications and content management solutions. In an attempt to make the websites interactive to the residents, Revize’s CMS enables the client to organize the information into categories and manage the content on the website. The CMS also has a suite of modules like a Document Center, Agenda Management, FAQ, Citizens Request Center, Public Service Request, Public Records Request, Events Calendar, Emergency Alerts, E-notification, Social Media APIs, etc. designed specifically for the municipalities and the residents. The company’s Public Service Request system enables a resident to report issues related to the public welfare to city authorities. The camera option in the application allows residents to take a picture of any particular issue and report it to the respective authority. In addition, the CMS contains a calendar that helps users to list important events. “In case of an emergency or if the city authorities need to make announcements such as a fraud warning, road construction warning, or natural disaster, they can put that notification through our E-notify module on their website, which is then sent to all the subscribers,” elaborates Ray. That’s not all; Revize’s websites are compliant with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), which allows visually and hearing-impaired people to browse through the websites without supervision.

A typical client onboarding process at Revize starts with a kickoff meeting where the team evaluates the requirements of the client and proposes a new, information architecture layout for the client’s new website, including a new site map with a new menu structure, where the content is organized into different sections. This is followed by a Quality Analysis (QA) where the team assesses the overall look and feel of the website while identifying any functionality glitches in the site. Subsequently, the client is introduced to Revize’s content writing team to discuss what kind of content they would like to incorporate into the new website, based on which the team migrates content from the existing client’s website to the new one. After 70-80 percent of the migration process has been completed, the team does a manual site check to eliminate formatting, spellings, and grammatical errors.

Following the entire website development process, Revize integrates its CMS with the site. “After the initial content is migrated, we train the client’s team in managing their own content in the future and making them well-acquainted with the CMS and other applications,” comments Ray. Revize’s round-the-clock support team assists clients in terms of content updates or any errors on the website while managing the data if required. In the end, Revize sets up the live site in its web server in order to launch the website.

In the future, Revize has extensive plans to expand into the education market and revamp the digital architecture of schools, colleges, and Universities. Currently, the company is building a suite of applications and modules specific to that market. “We have also moved our hosting infrastructure to the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) for all our future infrastructure needs,” concludes Ray.

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