The city of Chattanooga, Tenn., is making a strong push to modernize its digital platforms for essential city services. The city said the push towards digital modernization is “an important step in the city’s journey to becoming a more data-driven civic organization delivering secure and effective services to local residents and key community stakeholders.”

To do so, the city has opted to work with CI&T, a global digital specialist focused on AI-powered digital transformation.

“As one of the fastest growing cities in Tennessee, we are thrilled to be working with the City of Chattanooga to support the community and its growing digital needs,” said Young Pham, CI&T chief strategy officer. “CI&T is dedicated to modernizing technology for local municipalities to improve everything from websites to city services to better meet the needs of residents.”

Tyson Morris, CIO for the City of Chattanooga, added that “CI&T brings an expansive portfolio of proven digital solutions and will approach this project with a user experience and mobile-first mindset. The result will be a ‘Digital Chattanooga City Hall’ for all residents and visitors alike.”

Morris continued, “CI&T’s expertise and guidance, combined with ongoing user-testing and input from the community, will ensure we build a website and back-end-infrastructure that will serve our city for years to come and enable new features and capabilities as Chattanooga grows and the needs change.”

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