Embedding Cognitive in All that You Do

Embedding Cognitive in All that You Do

Purple Forge will be participating on the panel discussion “Embedding Cognitive in All that You Do” at GTEC on Nov 3, 1:30 – 2:30PM. For more details see below and visit the GTEC website.

Oakville Council achievements highlighted in annual report

Oakville Council achievements highlighted in annual report

The Town is continuing to focus on service delivery improvements through the use of technology, with the launch of new tools such as the Oakville mobile app, to keep residents connected anytime, anywhere.

Unleashing Innovation through Canadian Ecosystems and Open Data

Unleashing Innovation through Canadian Ecosystems and Open Data

The 68th Annual National Institute of Public Administration Canada (IPAC) Conference will be held on June 26-29, 2016 at the Fairmount Royal York, Toronto. The Conference will explore the critical relationship between ‘principles’ and ‘practices’ and how, together, they contribute to ‘possibilities’.

Join Purple Forge at IPAC for the “Unleashing Innovation through Canadian Ecosystems and Open Data” panel session. Brian Hurley, President and CEO of Purple Forge will participate on the panel session and share experiences with recent government deployments.

Join Purple Forge at Smart Cities Innovation Summit in Austin June 13-15

Join Purple Forge at Smart Cities Innovation Summit in Austin June 13-15

Purple Forge will be showcasing our advanced and economical smart city solutions for municipalities at the Smart Cities Innovation Summit being held June 13-15 in Austin, Texas. Purple Forge will be on hand to discuss our experiences in deploying Smart City solutions in US and Canada. Purple Forge will share insights on current live municipal deployments, including deployments incorporating IBM Watson cognitive computing.

Sample Ballots now available on Union County Votes App

Sample Ballots now available on Union County Votes App

Union County Clerk Joanne Rajoppi is pleased to announce that sample ballots for the June 7 Primary Day are now available on the Union County Votes mobile app and the County Clerk’s website, ucnj.org/county-clerk.

“The Union County Votes” app provides mobile users with a convenient way to catch up on election information and familiarize themselves with the candidates,” said Ms. Rajoppi. “The app also includes quick links to the official campaign website of each candidate, to help connect voters with accurate information directly from the source.”

Union County clerk updates election app

Union County clerk updates election app

Rajoppi created Union County Votes in 2014 to help connect the public with critical information about voting and elections.

The free app enables voters to find their polling place, request voter registration forms and vote-by-mail ballots, view sample ballots and follow unofficial election results in real time. The app also provides information for persons interested in becoming a poll worker or running for office, including election filing dates and district maps.