Basehor council considers financial software upgrades
The Basehor City Council is considering city staff’s request to upgrade the city’s financial software for $101,585.
The council learned in a workshop Monday that city staff considered upgrading the city’s current system, Fund Balance through Tyler Technology, as well using software available through two other firms, Springbook and BS&A Finance System. Staff recommended that the city move to BS&A’s software, which staff said would allow city staff to automate many processes that are currently being performed manually, along with many other improvements, such as enhanced customer interaction for utility billing.
The cost would cover data conversions from the current system and training. The council will consider official approval of the item at its Oct. 20 meeting.