Tempest is the pre-eminent supplier of Windows-based property and revenue systems in Western Canada and Washington State for the local government sector. Founded in 1993, Tempest develops innovative solutions for our clients to address their complex, changing, and increasingly demanding requirements. Our extensive suite of products has earned a reputation for flexibility, scalability, and ease-of-use. In addition, our track record for delivering on-time and on-budget continues to set a benchmark in the software industry.
Centered around the Land core and including the most critical revenue generating applications (Property Tax and Utility Billing) as well as Desktop Mapping, Bylaw Enforcement, Licensing, Centralized Cash Collection, Permits and Development Tracking, and Citizen Self-Service, the Tempest suite of property software enables local governments to focus on the property aspect of their operation through a centralized Land Management system. Developed with the cooperation of cities, municipalities, and regional governments, our software creates an environment in which staff and customers can view all aspects of a property in a PC-based, Windows and relational database environment that is both easy to use and comprehensive.
The Tempest Development Group has a diverse team of municipal experts, many of whom come from the municipal government sector. This puts us in an ideal position to design and implement complex municipal solutions utilizing industry best practices. Our extensive experience and specialization in the local government market uniquely qualifies us to provide your organization with a complete solution starting with fit analysis consulting and leading you to post-implementation reviews and end-user training. Our certified project management and implementation teams will meet your needs and help you move forward with your goals of application integration and better customer service. Tempest clients range in size from smaller municipalities, such as the City of Lynden, Washington (with a population of approximately 12,000), to large cities, such as the City of Vancouver, British Columbia (with a population in excess of 600,000 residents).