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ABBYY expands partnerships with government agencies to help modernization efforts

ABBYY is expanding its partnerships that serve state and local government agencies to address the agencies’ needs to modernize.

Data from the Government Accountability Office revealed that federal IT legacy systems cost over $330 million annually to maintain, while delivering sub-optimal service and carrying risks inherent to older platforms.

These ABBYY partnerships will expand the accessibility of its intelligent automation solutions to streamline cumbersome processes, enhance citizen experiences, and improve the overall ability to meet constituents’ needs, according to the company.

Among ABBYY’s expanded partnerships is MCCi, which was recently named as a company to watch in the annual GovTech 100.  

Additionally, MCCi holds a contract with the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) where ABBYY is a part of an approved distributor solution.

ABBYY is also approved through several other government contracts, including the State of New York Information Technology Umbrella Contract, the State of California Software License Program, and the NASPO ValuePoint Cooperative Purchasing Contract via Carahsoft.

"Agencies in the public sector work with trusted, best-in-breed solutions that are scalable and easy to deploy. We have the expertise to address the growing document-centric challenges of these agencies, especially as rises in unemployment claims increase the need to accelerate processing while mitigating fraud risk,” said Bruce Orcutt, SVP of product marketing at ABBYY. “MCCi has deep connections and understands the public sector, enabling them to navigate citizens’ weariness toward poor service experiences. Strategic partnerships like these are instrumental to our growth and contributions in the public sector.”

For more information about these partnerships, visit www.abbyy.com.

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