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Government Technology: The 2019 GT 100: What It Takes to Win in Gov Tech.

February 1, 2019

In our fourth annual look at the growing market serving public-sector technology needs, 2018 saw some big deals and big exits that reshaped the way companies are approaching the gov tech space.

CNBC (Squawk Box): GTY Technology Aims to Corner Municipal Tech.

September 28, 2018

Joe Tucci and Bill Green, co-chairmen of GTY Technology Holdings, join 'Squawk Box' to discuss how they're trying to digitize city hall and the cloud-based government.

Wall Street Journal: Tucci, Moving on from EMC, Seeks Funding for Tech Deal.

September 27, 2018

It’s been less than three weeks since Dell Inc. closed its $60 billion deal to acquire EMC Corp., but Joseph Tucci, EMC’s longtime chief executive, is already pulling back the curtain on his next act.

Bloomberg: GTY Technology Aims to Corner Municipal Tech.

September 19, 2018

Bloomberg: GTY Technology Aims to Corner Municipal Tech.

Austin Business Journal: Coming to Austin: Tech company fueled by $365 million, overseen in part by Joe Tucci

September 14, 2018

The latest roll-up technology deal to hit Austin involves Joe Tucci and a Sherpa. If the name Joe Tucci sounds familiar, he was CEO of EMC Corp. and a pivotal figure as that company was acquired by Dell in 2016. He stepped down after the merger.

Government Technology: 6 Gov Tech Companies Acquired by GTY Technology Holdings.

September 14, 2018

By uniting under the GTY organization, the companies could leverage their marketing power, while also making it easier for government entities to access needed services.

FinSMEs: GTY Technology Holdings Acquires CityBase, for $160M.

September 13, 2018

GTY Technology Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ :GTYHU /GTYH/GTYHW), a special purpose acquisition company created by former top Accenture and EMC executives, is to buy CityBase, Inc., a Chicago, IL-based provider of a tech platform for people and businesses to interact with utilities and government agencies, for $160m in cash and stock.

National Post: Procurement dinosaurs targeted by U.S. firm buying Waterloo 'GovTech' startup.

September 12, 2018

Waterloo-based procurement software startup Bonfire Interactive Ltd. is being acquired for US$108 million by an American firm with plans to create new publicly traded entity focused on the growing market for “GovTech.”

CRN: Joe Tucci’s GTY To Pay Up To $497M Buying 6 Firms In Gov-Tech Push

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