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Public Services Overview
Helping public authorities become more efficient
Spruce helps government agencies meet the increasing challenge of modernizing technology to more accessibly, sustainably, and efficiently meet constituent’s needs—while remaining conscious of available budgets, procurement processes, and the public’s expectations.
State & Local
Improving constituents services while increasing efficiency
Keeping Pace with Modern Governance
Understanding the challenges that students and administration face today
Spruce develops and deploys case management systems that track actions from beginning to end utilizing complex workflows, robust reporting capabilities, and fully integrated data in support of courts, investigative and law enforcement bodies, equal employment opportunity agencies, and human capital managers.
Spruce provides the complete range of Enterprise Architecture solutions, from assessing the current state of the enterprise to creating new enterprise solutions and migrating our customers to the new environment.
As a leader in data integration, consolidation, and analysis, Spruce supports data-driven decision making while helping government and enforcement agencies oversight.
Cybersecurity & Cloud
Sean Smith, Senior Project Manager, Spruce Technology"When a large municipality’s buildings agency needed a more efficient and cost-effective way to carry out its inspections-related Compliance and Enforcement mandates, it turned to Spruce Technology."Challenge When...
Advance your mission
Spruce will always seek the best solutions and commit to supporting the transformational efforts of our government.
It is a privilege to work with our public sector partners serving communities in which we live and work. The technology services and solutions we provide are meaningfully impactful to the day-to-day lives of so many, and continuously motivate us to keep raising the bar of excellence for the greater good.”