Technology should make life easier, not harder.

Rolling out a big new system? Getting a little more life out of your old system? Having problems with technology that’s not living up to its promise?

Whether you’re implementing new technology, upgrading old technology, or looking for support to solve tech problems that are causing pain, Crowe has the public sector know-how and technical expertise to get your technology working the way you need it to.

Getting new technology running well is not the same as getting it running.

Crowe has implemented many different kinds of systems, and has tackled countless public sector problems.

We know how to get you to where you need to be.

Together, we'll start by figuring out exactly what it is you need your solution to accomplish.

And, if you’ve already chosen software, but need help getting your system implemented, we can help you get things up and running quickly and correctly from the start.

What if your existing technology could solve that new challenge just fine?

Did you just get a new legislative mandate? Do you need to launch a new program or service? You’re going to need to implement new technology to support it, right? Maybe.

Maybe.

Are you going to use all the functionality of that really expensive packaged system? What if there's a simpler and faster way?

Imagine feeling confident that you’re not spending money implementing new technology that you really don’t need.

That's what Crowe offers.

And if your existing tools and resources aren’t made to do the job, we’ll help you come up with an approach that makes sense now, and well into the future.

What if updating the outdated wasn't as dreadful as you imagine?

Businesses dread updating or modernizing outdated systems. Especially systems comprising decades of long forgotten tweaks, fixes, patches, and bolted-on functionality.

We know how to take that dread out of the process.

Imagine knowing exactly what improvements you need to make, and how implementing new technology can advance your organization.  

We also provide insight on how to get everyone else on board. We’ll work with you through the procurement process too, and help set up a project management structure that gets the implementation done efficiently.

Technical support and training you can really use.

Crowe can help test your systems for potential issues and failures. And we can help you plan for anything — from routine maintenance to major upgrades.

We’ll help make sure your systems are operating in top shape.

Implementing new technology often means new ways of doing things. We can help with that too.

Our teams can work with you to educate, train, and empower your people. After all, they're the folks who will need to use, manage, and support your systems after your vendors are gone.

Our technology teams are also exceptional at hands-on technical support.

Solving today's challenge may not be the same as building a platform for the future.

When it comes to planning for the future and prioritizing the steps you’ll need to take, we know what it takes.

We know how to implement new technology that is tailored to your immediate needs and ready for what's coming next.

Whether you need new capabilities, integrations with other applications, or business processes overhauled and supported with new tech, we’ll work with you side by side, in a collaborative approach that will surprise you.

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Simplicity. But so many others don't get this.

The needs of an organization must drive its technology choices. Unfortunately, for many organizations, technology choices end up dictating how to operate and what can and cannot be done.

We get this.

Over the past 40 years we’ve completed hundreds and hundreds of projects with public sector clients of every imaginable type and size.

Want to know what really sets us apart?

It's our ability to handle the human side of change. Some of our clients call it a collaborative approach, some call it hands-on or shoulder-to-shoulder. Whatever it's called, it works. Amazingly well.

Public sector areas we serve

State & local government
Federal government
Not-for-profit
Education