Infosys Public Services is an ACT-IAC 2018 Igniting Innovation Awards finalist

For its 2018 Igniting Innovation Awards, The American Council for Technology - Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) has chosen two solutions from Infosys Public Services – Blockify and FormAR as finalists. These were selected from nearly 140 entrants and are among the 40 IT solutions finalists that help government agencies improve service delivery.

  • Blockify is a blockchain-based vehicle registration and tracking solution for the motor vehicle agencies. With Blockify, stakeholders like manufacturers, dealerships, customers, and motor vehicle agencies can easily collaborate to access and update vehicle details based on their security access. The solution ensures that the most accurate and complete information is maintained and shared in a secure and cost-effective manner.
  • FormAR uses Augmented Reality to help customers fill government forms up to 30% faster. The solution helps customers visualize, in the language of their choice, the information that should be filled in a government form. This minimizes errors, ensures faster processing of forms, increases staff efficiency, and helps agencies deliver a better customer experience.

The Igniting Innovation Showcase and Awards

ACT-IAC’s Igniting Innovation Showcase and Awards is an annual event that recognizes the most innovative technology solutions that benefit government programs and enable agencies to improve service delivery. This year, the finalists have been chosen from a large pool of innovative solutions that address the government’s biggest IT challenges. From these, one solution will be chosen for the prestigious Igniting Innovation award on May 11, 2018, at the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel, Washington D.C.

Register for the ACT-IAC 2018 Igniting Innovation Showcase and Awards here


ACT-IAC is a nonprofit educational organization created to advance the government in serving the public through effective application of information technology. ACT-IAC’s education, training, programming, and collaboration opportunities enhance and advance the government IT profession. ACT-IAC’s objective, vendor- and technology-neutral, and ethical forum enable the government and industry to exchange information and collaborate on technology issues in the public sector. Headquartered in the Greater Washington, D.C. area, ACT-IAC also has chapters in the Pacific region (San Diego) and Rocky Mountain (Denver).

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