Alabama Home Builders Licensure Board Partners With GL Solutions ~ State Agency Is Newest Contract In Growing List Of New Clients
The Alabama Homebuilders Licensure Board awarded GL Solutions the opportunity to provide regulatory software services for managing the agency's statewide licensing and compliance operations.
- Bend, OR (1888PressRelease) December 21, 2010 - Founded in 1997 by former government regulators, GL Solutions has delivered GL Suite™, easy-to-use, licensing software tailored for individual regulatory agencies. The company's undivided attention to the needs of government has resulted in a software system offering rich, built-in functionality within a framework that may be adjusted to the most specialized business processes. GL Suite improves an agency's efficiency and effectiveness by providing a comprehensive database system for managing work flow, enforcement, inspection, case management, online application and license renewal activities.
The Alabama Home Builders Licensing Board is the latest state agency to partner with GL Solutions and is planning to take advantage of GL Suite when the new system goes live in 2011.
"These are tough economic times for our industry," stated J. R. "Chip" Carden, Jr., Executive Director of the Alabama Home Builders Licensure Board, "We are confident GL Solutions will make our agency more efficient, so we can do more with fewer resources, to better serve Alabama's housing consumer."
GL Solutions stands apart in the industry with the ability to meet all desired functionality at an affordable price, in a time frame that meets even the tightest schedules. The company has received international recognition as a leader within the commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) regulatory software market with a growing clientele of over 45 agencies across 18 states.
Bill Moseley, GL Solutions co-founder and CEO said, "We are excited to welcome the Alabama Homebuilders to the GL Solutions family and are looking forward to implementing GL Suite in ways to serve needs of the agency and their constituents in 2011 and for years to come."