The benefits of fully-connected government are growing in Kansas City, MO as a new iNovah integration is underway in the Kansas City Fire Department (KCFD). The iNovah Enterprise Revenue Management (ERM) hub will provide a deeper look at KFCD’s revenue through an integration to the department’s Tyler Technologies’ Mobile Eyes source system.
Now when performing services like inspections and permitting, city fire officials and inspectors can strengthen fire prevention with the most current account information available. iNovah will enable KCFD to accept and post payments, perform inquiries, and handle voids all in one central location, while providing staff with real-time account updates.
As a client since 2003, the City of Kansas City, MO leverages iNovah ERM as their “one source for the truth” in revenue management. The City trusts the iNovah hub to accept, research, report and reconcile revenue across the enterprise, including in the departments of –
- City Treasurer’s Office
- Parks and Recreation
- Water Services
- Municipal Court
- Regulated Industries
- Fire Department
By integrating with departmental payment source systems, iNovah allows the City to spend fewer hours on reconciliation and decrease time spent manually updating general ledger accounts. Revenue management is seamless and secure with iNovah.
About Kansas City, MO
Home to half a million citizens, Kansas City is the largest city in the state of Missouri. People across the United States know it by name for its iconic “Kansas City barbeque” as well as its long-lasting contributions to the musical styles of jazz and blues. With over 200 fountains, the City is believed to have the second most water fountains of any city in the world, earning its beloved nickname as the “City of Fountains.” From the Civil War to the Kansas City streetcar system in the early 1900s, Kansas City is rich in history and technological advancements.