Revenue Officials Continue Upgrade of Computer System
Don Hoffman, acting director of the RevenueDepartment, said the state signed a $7 million contract with Fast Enterprises to expand the new system.
Montana State Revenue Signs Contract for New Phase of Computer System
The Montana state Revenue Department has signed a $7 million contract with an Idaho company to continue work on installing Montana’s new tax accounting computer system.
Department of Revenue Signs Contract for Phase Two of New Computer System
The Montana Department of Revenue, in conjunction with the state’s Chief Information Officer, has entered into a contract with Fast Enterprises to begin work on Phase II of the department’s Integrated Revenue Information System (IRIS).
State Revenue Officials Impressed by Fast Enterprises’ Software
Because GenTax® can be adapted to the unique aspects of each tax collection agency, it typically cost less and takes less time to implement – saving money for public agencies and taxpayers.
Computer Tax System Pleases Martz
Installation of Montana’s new tax accounting computer system is ahead of schedule, officials with the Idaho software maker told Gov. Judy Martz on Friday. Fast Enterprises of Boise has already put Montana’s rental vehicle, accommodations, and cigarette taxes into the new GenTax® system.
State Overjoyed with New Tax Computer System
Eight months into the work by a new contractor on a new system, state revenue officials say they’re not only getting something that works, but they’re also spending less than originally expected.
Idaho Praises Software Montana is Now Using
Courtesy of GenTax®, Idaho’s tax collectors have their new computerized tax-tracking system, at a cost and schedule they could afford.
Revenue System Looking Up
There’s good news about the state Department of Revenue and its tax-tracking computer system…the new system is coming along ahead of schedule and under budget.
New Auditors Bring in Millions in Back Taxes
Almost 30 new tax collectors and 15 restored positions at the Idaho Tax Commission are bringing in more money this year than legislators had hoped for.
New Software Will Help State Nab $200 Million in Unpaid Taxes
In the coming months, thanks to new computer software that allows the state to better track its taxpayers, some 40,000 warning notices will arrive in mailboxes warning residents and businesses that they’d better pay up.