The Razavi approach to automating customer and business processes begins with our understanding of our clients’ needs and their vision for raising the quality and reducing the cost of their daily operations. For maximum client value, the Razavi team designs and implements superior technology solutions that integrate COTS and GOTS packages with custom web-enabled systems and information technology services. Razavi also enhances and upgrades legacy systems.
Razavi implements best of breed technology solutions to streamline and automate complex service delivery processes for governmental agencies and businesses.
Razavi has been awarded Commonwealth of Massachusetts Accela Integration IDIQ.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is powerful technology that integrates software and hardware to analyze, display, and model data in visual ways that help us understand our world.
Razavi has an IT contracting vehicle for the members of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.
Razavi designs database solutions for web and enterprise systems that increase the quality and value of clients’ data.
Razavi is on DC Supply Schedule for Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services.
Razavi’s business analysis services enables change in an organizational context, by defining needs and recommending solutions that deliver direct value to our clients.
Razavi is now on the GSA Schedule 70.
From on-site or off-site support to 24×7 staffing for mission-critical systems, enhancements, or upgrades, Razavi offers customizable, multi-stage support aligned with clients’ specific needs.
Razavi has been awarded Massachusetts ITS63 contract for Accela implementations.
Accelarate 2018 October 10 to 13 in Atlanta Georgia. On October 11, 2018, at 2:30 PM, and on October 12, 2018, at 3:30 PM, Amir Razavi is presenting at Accelarate 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. Razavi Application Developers has been an Accela Implementation partner and value-added reseller since 2007.
At Accelarate, on October 11, Razavi will present how DCRA has deployed AMO for third-party agencies to perform construction inspections. Using Accela Mobile Office (AMO), DCRA has given access to third party inspection agencies to access DCRA's permitting system to schedule the inspections, attach related documents, and provide inspection results. This presentation describes the functional and security requirements to implement AMO and how DCRA is currently using AMO for collaborative government. The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) in Washington DC supports a thriving community of residents, businesses, and visitors through diligent protection of health and safety and equitable administration of regulation and compliance. DCRA has been using Accela since 2008 as its mission critical system to process and manage construction permits, and inspections as well as enforcing rules and regulations. DCRA believes in a collaborative government and providing system access to its governmental and non-governmental partners.
At Accelarate, on October 12, Razavi will discuss its achievement in migrating and upgrading Washington DC's Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA) Accela systems a decade after Razavi rolled out ABRA's original implementation. ABRA was originally part of a multi-agency self-hosted Accela implementation in Washington DC. Over time, conflicting priorities with other agencies, rising maintenance costs, and lack of adequate support pushed ABRA to look at alternative ways to utilize Accela. After extensive review and analysis with the help of Razavi, ABRA decided to leave the self-hosted environment and migrate to Accela subscription. The challenges included converting data from MS SQL Server to Oracle, reworking dozens of Crystal Reports to run in Accela's subscription, uploading electronic documents, and upgrading to a new version of Accela all at the same time. ABRA has been using Accela subscription for 2.5 years now with great success and is enjoying the many benefits of version 9.x. This presentation is intended to help agencies that are considering migration from self-hosted to subscription understand the process, risks, and rewards.
Washington D.C. Government (see the video)
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Howard County, Maryland
City of Fairfax, Virginia
City of Foley, Alabama
City of Birmingham, Alabama †
City of Columbus, Ohio †
Chesterfield County, Virginia †
State of Alabama ABC †
State of Tennessee ABC †
U.S. Department of Commerce †
U.S. Department of Defense †
Colerain Township, Ohio
National Security Agency †
Virginia Lottery †
Loudoun County Virginia Sewer Authority †
Baltimore County Maryland †
Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission
University of Pennsylvania
U.S. Department of Justice
U.S. Department of State †
U.S. Department of Treasury †
National Capital Planning Commission †
New York State †
Office Depot †
The Nature Conservancy
George Mason University
Montgomery County Maryland †