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Merit featured on the GovTech 100 list

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Less than one week into 2023, we're already having quite a Happy New Year! 

On January 4th, Government Technology named Merit one of its GovTech 100 companies for the first time. This annual list features 100 businesses supporting state and local government agency efficiency and service across the United States. 

Dustin Haisler, Chief Innovation and Strategy Officer for Government Technology, said of the 2023 list, 

"This year we have seen an exponential increase in gov tech market activity – from new companies starting up to help government tackle complex challenges, to existing companies joining forces for scale through consolidations, govtech as an industry is clearly showing its recession-proof characteristics. Each of the GovTech 100 companies demonstrates the energy of our market across all gov tech segments."

With the National Association of State CIOs prioritizing the need for: 

  • Identity and access management
  • Legacy application modernization 
  • Digital government services 

Merit looks forward to bringing our in-demand expertise and solutions to agencies serving our communities. 

It's incredibly heartening to see our company's notoriety and reputation rising within the industries where we operate.  

Read more about the award here.

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