October 6, 2009Doug Hadden
We’re excited about the future of public financial management. We’ve just announced the world wide commercial availability of the FreeBalance Accountability Platform version 7, the underlying technology platform of our flagship product the FreeBalance Accountability Suite. We’re showing it at the Canadian GTEC conference in Ottawa.
The FreeBalance Accountability Platform is the foundation for the development of pure web based government resource planning (GRP) applications. We’ve used the platform to extend the capability set of the FreeBalance Accountability Suite. We’re able to build government grade products faster than ever before, and we’re uniquely positioned to transfer these cost savings to our customers.
Freebalance and FreeBalance development partners are using the FreeBalance Accountability Platform to modernize existing implementations, and develop web based public financial management solutions to meet the requirements of governments around the world. The FreeBalance Accountability Platform extends public financial management good practices and Web 2.0 collaboration and content to modernize government public financial management. Core to the FreeBalance Accountability Platform are multiple tiers of configurable business logic that establish use, workflow and context. Coupled with hundreds of reusable government objects and Web 2.0 dynamics, the Government 2.0 generation of public financial management will be exciting and rewarding.
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