Improve Multi-Jurisdictional Service Management through No-Code

November 10, 2020  |  2PM ET

Resident and business services frequently require actions from multiple government agencies that have different and incompatible computer systems. These tech silos negatively impact service and inhibit governments from effectively turning policy into practice.

Unqork’s no-code platform is uniquely built to address these needs. It specializes in rapidly integrating legacy systems, delivering role-based controls and ensuring security and auditability at every step. Further, using Unqork’s visual drag-and-drop interface, non-technical government staff can help build, manage, and update workflows and user interfaces, which means governments can adjust in real time to changing needs without using expensive consultants.

This webinar will focus on how Unqork can support a variety of multi-jurisdictional government processes including opening a business, accessing public assistance; issue a building permit, providing health care access, triaging social service agencies in place of police for non-violent emergencies; and more. We will demonstrate how no-code can not only coordinate these multi-jurisdictional efforts effectively, but also reliably measure outcomes and offer data insights to decision-makers in real-time.


Cas Holloway

Head of Public Enterprise, Unqork

Cas Holloway is the Head of Public Enterprise at Unqork, joining in 2019 after five years with Bloomberg LP as Global Head of Technical Operations where he focused on using data and technology to automate processes and more effectively anticipate the needs of Bloomberg's customers and employees.

Prior to that, Holloway worked for the City of New York as the Deputy Mayor for Operations and Commissioner for the Department of Environmental Protection for Mayor Mike Bloomberg. Earlier in his career, Cas was a law clerk for the Hon. Judge Dennis G. Jacobs in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, practiced law at Debevoise & Plimpton and Cravath, Swain, and Moore and began his career at the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation. Holloway holds a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School and an A.B. from Harvard University.