we are FAST
The Mississippi Automated Revenue System (MARS) project has transformed the way the Department of Revenue carries out its work every day.
- Jennifer Wentworth, MS DOR Associate Commissioner
FAST-ie \ ‘fæste \ noun
1. an energetic, intelligent, enthusiastic person who works at Fast Enterprises.
2. a person dedicated to modernizing government technology to better serve the general public.
3. someone who is open to adventure and wants to experience new places around the world.
4. someone who enjoys collaboration with clients and camaraderie with teammates while solving business and technology problems.
Our spouses, significant others, children, and pets are FASTies, too! Their inspiration and support are essential to our success. We are a software company, but more importantly, we are the FAST family!
Work where you live, live where you work! Relocation is something that sets FAST apart. We work side-by-side with our clients, learning from each other daily. Relocation provides the opportunity to explore new communities and cultures.
“I love the aspect of being able to travel while doing what I love.”
1 Victoria, British Columbia – The sunrises and sunsets in British Columbia are breathtaking. Add those to your sailboat in the inner harbor of Victoria, and you’ve found yourself living a dream.
2 Boise, Idaho – Boise is a hidden gem known as “The City of Trees.” Situated in Treasure Valley, the city is becoming known for its brews, which you’ll want to pair with some Idaho potatoes.
3 Winnipeg, Manitoba – Located at almost the center of North America, Winnipeg is known for their abundance of picturesque parks and fun events, all year long.
4 Sante Fe, New Mexico – If the outdoors interest you, then Sante Fe is your home for both outdoor activities such as climbing, biking, and hiking, as well as artistic pursuits and a vast art culture.
5 Baton Rouge, Louisiana – Baton Rouge is full of Cajun food and other delicious indulgences.
6 Atlanta, Georgia – One of the largest metro areas in the U.S., Atlanta is also one of the most diverse. Appreciate the diversity of marine life at Georgia Aquarium.
7 Helena, Montana – Just imagine – winters filled with moonlit, crisp nights, summers filled with rushing rivers, springtime filled with colorful flowers, and fall filled with a mind-boggling, blue sky.
8 Scottsdale, Arizona – Affordable living in a beautiful oasis? Nothing quite beats the beautiful views of Scottsdale while cooling off with a delicious ice cream from the Sweet Republic.
9 Montgomery, Alabama – Known for its contributions to jazz and country music, Montgomery also has many historic landmarks including the Rosa Parks Library Museum.
10 Bismarck, North Dakota – North Dakota is the land that built roughriders. Despite its rocky terrain, Bismarck is dubbed “the least stressful town in America.”
11 Charleston, West Virginia – A city full of charm, Charleston also has a close-knit culture. The mountains are a sight to see and living here is slow, so if you hate traffic, you’ve come to the right place.
12 Madison, Wisconsin – Living in Madison means outdoor concerts, colder weather, lots of cheese, free zoo trips, and beautiful bike rides.
13 Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago – Enjoy boat rides with stunning views? The Port of Spain is calling! This city has a beautiful climate along with a very professional and highly educated population.
14 Springfield, Illinois – Springfield is home to President Lincoln and the state fair’s favorite snack (the corn dog). After enjoying your corn dog, burn off the calories by biking on one of the city’s many trails.
15 Salt Lake City, Utah – With the mountains out your window and an Olympics playground in your backyard, Salt Lake City is the place to be.
16 Oshawa, Ontario – Situated within a stone’s throw of farm and “cottage country”, Ontario’s beautiful Provincial Parks, and the vibrant metropolis of Toronto, Oshawa is a great place to be.
17 Arlington, Virginia – Home to several historic memories and museums, great sports, and the second-largest principal city of the Washington metropolitan area.
18 Denver, Colorado – Hike in the mountains, ski down the slopes, and experience one of the many breweries in beautiful Denver. Although, we may be biased because our Headquarters live there.
19 Little Rock, Arkansas – Named the second cleanest city in America, Little Rock is an immaculate place to live. Cruise on the lake and view the beautiful Pinnacle Mountain.
20 St. Paul, Minnesota – St. Paul, and its sister city Minneapolis, sit at the center of Minnesota’s metro area. Visit the Mall of America, spend the night at the bars, or eat giant slices of pizza at Cosetta’s.
21 Sacramento, California – Do you enjoy diversity, cheeseburgers, technology, beautiful weather, and the environment? Well then you’re bound to enjoy living in “The Big Tomato.”
22 Clinton, Mississippi – Mississippi is full of soul. Jam out to local blues, gospel, or R&B music – all born in Mississippi. Nothing quite beats a plate of Southern cooking either.
23 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – Oklahoma is in the South, but has the friendly vibe of the Midwest. Once an abandoned warehouse, Bricktown is a fun place to eat, shop, and enjoy life.
24 Detroit, Michigan – Detroit is a hub for numerous sports with loyal fans. Nicknamed ‘Motor City’, Detroit is also home to many musicians, including Aretha Franklin, Madonna, and Eminem.
25 Kansas City, Missouri – Kansas City is the city where jazz, art, and barbeque meet. Enjoy a day trip to the Plaza and finish your night watching the Royals play ball.
26 New York City, New York – Enjoy big city life in the Big Apple. Full of diverse food and even more diverse people, New York City is home to beautiful city parks and the glorious Statue of Liberty.
27 Putrajaya, Malaysia – Putrajaya has a variety of must-have things to see, including their Botanical Gardens and the bright Seri Wawasan Bridge, which has a breathtaking view of the Putra Mosque.
28 Warsaw, Poland – Warsaw is a vibrant city that is full of surprises. Although it’s in Europe, Warsaw is surprisingly cheap and was ranked one of the most livable cities in Central Europe.
29 Vientiane, Laos – One of the cleanest, friendliest, and cheapest places to be, Vientiane can often be overlooked as the perfect destinations.
30 Anchorage, Alaska – Anchorage has more than 50 glaciers in its city limits alone, including the famous Portage Glacier. That’s not enough? Well, the Aurora Borealis will be as it lights up the night sky.
31 Nashville, Tennessee – Home to many music festivals and the Grand Ole Opry, Nashville is the place for up-and-coming artists to get a little coverage.
32 Salem, Oregon – Less than an hour from Portland, Salem is hip, young, and affordable. It lies in the heart of the Willamette Valley, the wine and agricultural heart of Oregon.
33 Boston, Massachusetts – Filled with marathon runners, young professionals, smarty pants, and craft beer drinkers, Boston is revolutionary – we all know the Tea Party wasn’t about tea 😉
34 Montpelier, Vermont – Colorful with farmers markets and autumn trees, Montpelier is one-of-a-kind.
35 Columbia, South Carolina – Nicknamed the “capital of southern hospitality,” Columbia is the largest metro area in the state. With its central location, it makes for an easy starting point to numerous day trips.
36 Kingston, Jamaica – Are you ready to dress in green, gold, and black while you jam out to reggae? Kingston is full of friendly people, spectacular beaches, and endless sunshine.
37 Helsinki, Finland – From the Northern Lights to the fascinating culture to the tranquility of the city itself, you will fall in love with Helsinki.
38 Washington, D.C. – Full of smart people and great happy hours, Washington, D.C. is a fun place to settle down – especially if you enjoy politics. Traffic and tourism can be heavy, but the landmarks and museums make up for it.
39 Olympia, Washington – Rainy days are pretty common, but that doesn’t stop everyone from enjoying the mountain view over a cup of Joe – Starbucks, of course!
40 Honolulu, Hawaii – Living in Honolulu is nothing less than paradise. Filled with majestic landscapes and rainbows, Honolulu will absolutely take your breath away.
41 Wellington, New Zealand – With more cafes, bars, and restaurants per capita than New York, Wellington is known for its lively nightlife and world class culinary scene.
42 San Juan, Puerto Rico – Known as the “Island of Enchantment,” Puerto Rico is nothing less than a tropical paradise. San Juan is full of friendly people and a rich culture.