Acquia, the digital business company, today announced that the
As the second largest City in
According to a recent survey from Accenture Digital, 70 percent of citizens are interested in digitally accessing government services. This trend, coupled with increasing budget pressures, means that governments are challenged to offer more services and information online.
For the City of LA, Drupal makes it possible to be connected to a wide range of digital assets and citizen services such as tax and property data, motor vehicle services, transportation, GIS applications and more, for all 3.9 million LA residents.
Prior to selecting Drupal, the City of LA managed its sites with a legacy Oracle Stellent CMS. The City sought a platform that would offer greater scalability and connectivity for improving citizen services. Increasing demand on the web service infrastructure resulted in sporadic web outages. The City sought greater resiliency to support its sites and increasing the number of online services they offer.
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