Companies in the Midwest and South are making major plays for investment dollars, according to CB Insights, with Kansas City’s PayIt…
“Wins beget wins, and it helps to build the ecosystem,” said Thomson, CEO and co-founder of PayIt.
The size of the investment — one of the largest gov tech fundings in recent years — represents a major development for the startup…
Simplifying government services through tech just got easier for Kansas City-based startup PayIt.
“We are bursting at the seams here,” he said from his Crossroads office. “This city really is a tech hub, and we’re believers in building a business in the community…”
Today, one of them, PayIt — which has designed a platform to take payments and produce related documentation for public services through web and mobile interfaces…
Avoid the long lines at the North Carolina DMV with their new app MyNCDMV.
The N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles will launch a new online payment platform.
A new feature added to the state's citizen services app provides functionality officials say isn't available anywhere else.
Starting Tuesday, people ages 21-50 can renew licenses through the Department of Revenue's iKan mobile app and online at https://ikan.ks.gov/
The market is hungry for consumer-grade digital experiences, said John Thomson, founder and CEO at PayIt.
Starting Tuesday, people ages 21-50 who already have a Kansas driver’s license can renew it through the iKan mobile app and online at https://ikan.ks.gov/
As we’ve grown, we have continued to add features to our comprehensive, mobile-first government platform. We are changing the landscape of how citizens interact with their government, and we’d love you to be part of it!
Globensky is behind the switch to grpayit, which launched in August 2017. He was expecting the app to increase online collections by 20 percent, but the city has seen an actual jump of 71 percent.
Residents of the unified government of Wyandotte County, Kansas, and Kansas City, Kansas, are now able to renew their state vehicle registration through a mobile app, in what officials say is one of the first such county-state digital service collaborations in the country.
“It’s a more streamlined experience,” said Harrell, senior client manager for Payit, “Especially because residents are not usually familiar with state services versus those from the county or city. We want to make it as easy as possible.”
Kansas residents can now review their vehicle registrations on a smartphone or other mobile device. The Lawrence Journal-World reports that Gov. Jeff Colyer unveiled the "iKan" app in March.
Kansas residents will now be able to renew vehicle registrations from their cellphone with the new iKan mobile application, Gov. Jeff Colyer announced Thursday.
Designed by PayIt, the iKan platform is designed to allow users to interact with multiple state services in a self-service, intuitive experience from their phones, tablets, and computers, the governor’s office said.
Mike Wons, who served as CTO for the state of Illinois from 2015 to 2018, will be PayIt’s new voice on the board.
But PayIt, a Kansas City-based government tech startup, gladly tackles the daunting task of simplifying government-citizen interaction, said John Thomson, CEO and founder.
Government entities continue to turn to PayIt to deliver a citizen-first experience that's smart — and it's driving big growth for the Kansas City tech startup.
John Thomson, founder and CEO of PayIt, told StateScoop he's winning business by meeting an emerging need in the government software market: simple cloud-based software products that don't require starting from scratch.
To expand customer options for motor vehicle and vessel registration renewal services and to offer additional conveniences to customers, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) has partnered with PayIt, LLC to launch a mobile app called MyFlorida.
The state of Kansas has chosen PayIt, a home-grown startup, to help it beef up the digital services it offers to citizens.