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Browser Updates Don't Have to Mean Headaches

When using a cloud based service its key that you familiarize yourself with your browser and its different settings.  Your internet browser is one of the most valuable and critical tools you'll use, so when you get an update notification be sure to read the fine print!  A great example comes from that latest update of Internet Explorer from IE 9 to IE 10.   Now Internet Explorer is asking users for permission every time you copy and paste data.  It's frustrating for everyday internet users, but when building an agenda or writing a report as a local government/school district administrator on the cloud you'll go crazy dealing with this security feature.   The good news - you can turn this functionality off permanently following the steps below: 

User Conference Registration Now Open

We welcome users from across North America to join us for one of several User Conferences we are hosting across Canada this fall.  We will be holding one-day 'workshop' style conferences in Kingston, Richmond Hill and Hamilton Ontario as well as Calgary, Alberta.  Our main User Conference will be hosted in Kamloops from September 29th to October 1st.  These events are key for customers and for the team here at iCompass.   The educational and networking opportunities are invaluable!  You'll have fellow users, and iCompass staff in the same room with everyone working towards the same goal.  It's your chance to give us feedback and share your successes in a fun, educational setting.

Check out the registration information here, and we look forward to seeing you this fall! 


Citizen Engagment Smartphone App Launched in Quincy, Washington

Another exciting milestone for iCompass as InTouch Mobile goes live for the first time in the City of Quincy, Washington.  The staff has worked hard to get this project off the ground and is passionate about finding new ways to engage with the public.   In the words of Recreation Director Russ Harrington staff believe this citizen engagement smartphone app will be a key tool in ensuring Quincy remains clean, safe and beautiful.  Want to see InTouch Mobile in action?  Send us an email at

The full press release is below:

The City of Quincy and iCompass Technologies Launch Citizen Engagement Smartphone App InTouch Mobile

The City of Quincy, Washington in partnership with iCompass Technologies is excited to announce the release of ReportQuincy, a smartphone app that gives members of the community the ability to submit concerns from their cellphone 24/7 365 days a year.

An Exciting New Era in Leadership Begins at iCompass

The iCompass Board of Directors is pleased to announce the hiring of Paulin Laberge as the company’s new CEO.  This change in leadership was precipitated by the departure of iCompass Founder / President & CEO, Todd Stone, who on June 10, 2013, was appointed to the Executive Council of BC as Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, as well as Deputy House Leader.  These appointments followed on the heels of Todd’s election in May 2013 as MLA for Kamloops – South Thompson.  The Stone family remains the majority shareholder of the company.

As the new CEO of iCompass, Paulin is a well-known BC technology entrepreneur with over 30 years of experience in the industry.  Paulin has held a variety of technical and managerial positions in several public and private companies. He has first-hand experience in building and running organizations, developing effective strategies, securing financing, developing market-leading products, establishing strategic alliances, and marketing and selling domestically and internationally. 

Prior to joining iCompass as CEO, Paulin was an active member of the iCompass Board of Directors for nearly 3 years so he is intimately familiar with the customers, operations and employees of iCompass.

iCompass Goes Live With 2 More Websites

We are excited to see two more iCompass created websites go live today in the Ontario for The Township of Cramahe and The Town of Cochrane.  These websites feature two unique designs with the Township of Cramahe opting for a simple homepage with 5 links that take users into different features of the website.  Its loaded with information that is easy to find limiting the number of requests directed to the Township.  The Town of Cochrane opted made its Council information very prominent on the homepage to ensure the public can easily find the latest details on past and upcoming meetings. 

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