AdComp Systems provides local government and utility companies a convenient way for customers to pay their electric, water/ sewer, gas, or waste bill.
Products designed to streamline the utility billing process, facilitate in-person or digital payments and boost citizen engagement.
All courts -- county, municipal, district, state -- handle a high volume of cases and paperwork, making it essential to provide court staff with tools that help streamline workflow.
Our broad solutions are designed to help your court, regardless of size, smoothly manage a busy caseload, improve operational efficiency, provide accessible digital services and boost citizen engagement.
Our integrated tax management products cover billing, collections and distribution.
Our solutions can be tailored to meet the specific needs of your department to facilitate seamless service and enhanced efficiency.
Our products for airports provide convenient payment and financial management solutions to oversee ground transportation systems.
Easy-to-use and time-saving digital solutions for law enforcement agencies help improve productivity and accountability.
Integrated, cloud-based software designed to help local governments efficiently manage financial operations
Our online payments and cloud-based software solutions help local governments simplify complex administrative processes and provide their residents with efficient service
Our public works solutions are designed to improve workflow through work order management systems, electronic forms, and more.
We have created smart parking solutions that allow citizens to make convenient digital payments and facilitate secure, contactless entry into and exit from your location.
Ensure the safety of your students, employees or residents with our visitor management solutions, designed to effectively screen visitors and capture relevant information.
Besides providing bill payment and visitor management solutions, we also design kiosks to facilitate pet vaccinations, payments for rent and at auto dealerships.
abc 8 News | Published: Apr 19, 2021 / 07:50 PM EDT
Chesterfield County is offering residents a new way to pay their property and real estate taxes.
The county has installed a new outdoor payment kiosk at the Chesterfield Adminstartive Buildin on 9901 Lori Road.
KSN.Com | Published: April.5, 2021 at 07:51 PM CDT
In a community where more than half of the people speak Spanish, having resources that help overcome language barriers is essential.
The city of Dodge City is bringing good news to its diverse population.
Before the pandemic struck, a large majority of Dodge City’s population preferred in-person payment methods according to city officials.
KGNS.tv | Published: Mar. 17, 2021 at 8:22 AM GMT+5:30
The city has set up kiosks as another payment option for water bills. The kiosks are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
To pay at the kiosk, customers will need the bill and account number. There are several locations available around town.
This is only for your water bill,” said Noraida Negron.
By City of Osawatomie, KS | on Mar 12, 2021
Self-service kiosk is open for business! The kiosk allows payment via cash, credit card or check.
Available 24 hours a day, the kiosk is perfect for households on the go or those whose work schedules don't always line up with our office hours. See the flyer for more details!
www.koamnewsnow.com | Posted: March 3, 2021 6:26 PM
The city of Pittsburg has added a new kiosk for residents. The kiosk is called “JACK,” which stands for Justified Automated Collections Kiosk.
It’s a 24/7 system that allows residents to pay their utility bills using cash, check or credit card. The kiosk is at City Hall on fourth street in Pittsburg
CBS19 NEWS | Updated: December 29th, 12:29 PM ES
Albemarle County updated its drive-thru tax kiosk outside of the county office building on McIntire Road.
Users can now get change back when paying with cash, which is something only a teller in the building could do before.
City of Sapulpa, OK | on Nov 19, 2020
Sapulpa City Hall will soon have an electronic kiosk outside its front doors so customers can pay City bills, fees, and tickets without entering the building.
The machine will take cash, cards, and checks.
AdComp Systems of Lewisville, Texas will install the kiosk.
City of Floresville | on Sep 18, 2020
The City of Floresville will be installing a new utility bill payment kiosk in late October 2020 at City Hall.
The kiosk will accept credit cards, checks, and cash and will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
City of Big Spring | on Aug 26, 2020
City of Big Spring will offer our residents the ability to pay bills in person using a new self-service kiosk for utility bill and Municipal Court payments.
The intent of the kiosk is to increase payment choice while reducing risks for our employees and residents.
By Pleasanton Express Staff | on April 08, 2020
The City of Pleasanton has installed their new utility bill-pay kiosk at the former drive-up pay window at City Hall.
The kiosk will accept credit cards, checks and cash and is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. It will not accept payment of statements. Those must still be paid inside.
By AdComp Systems | PRLog | March 22, 2020
Lafayette City Court implemented a new Web Payment Portal that collects revenue, manages citation details, provides statistics of all transactions, and uploads all data in real-time.
AdComp Systems Group develops a wide array of products and services to collect revenues and streamline operations, such as Citation Smart and JACK.
By Bluebonnet News | Published: February 21, 2020
The city has two new 24-hour service kiosks that are currently used to pay water bills.
Customers can drive up to the kiosk on the west side of City Hall (117 Cook St.) or walk inside the lobby of the Police Station and Municipal Court building (2004 N. Cleveland) and easily pay their bills.
EL Reno, OK | Posted: June. 2, 2019
JACK reportedly only accepts bills and can't give change, but if someone overpays that will be used as a credit towards their next bill.
We’d like to introduce our new automated payment kiosk, set to open in late February. The kiosk will be located on the west side of City Hall and be open 24/7 for your convenience!
WGXA.News | Published: Tuesday, February 5th 2019
The bill payment kiosk, named JACK, made its way to Perry City Hall in January. City officials said residents can now pay their bills 24/7
Fort Lauderdale, GL | Published: January 28, 2019
The city has recently acquired a pair of self-service kiosks to reduce the costs of cashiering services and to provide a more convenient way to collect utility payments.
The self-service kiosk is known as the Justified Automated Collections Kiosk, There are no additional fees for using JACK’s touch screen kiosk.
The Tennessean | Published: Jan. 22, 2019 12:29 p.m. CT
The Water Authority of Dickson County recently installed a Justified Automated Collection Kiosk (JACK) at Fairview City Hall to improve customers’ bill paying process.
The new payment kiosk allows WADC customers to pay their water/sewer bill with cash, check, credit card or debit card.
Lewisvilletexan.org | Published: Sep. 12, 2018
A new electronic water bill payment kiosk has been installed in the west parking lot of City Hall, 151 W. Church St.
JACK accepts currency, checks or debit and credit cards. There is no cost to residents to use JACK. The bill payment system in Old Town is available for use 24 hours a day.
Patch.com | Posted: Wed, Jul 11, 2018 at 5:04 pm ET
Residents in North Fulton who need to make payments to their county water and sewer bills will now have a more convenient way to do so.
Fulton County recently opened a new water and sewer bill payment kiosk and walk-in window in Alpharetta.
Upper Arlington | Posted: June 5th, 2018
Upper Arlington is the first community in Central Ohio to have a Justified Automatic Collections Kiosk (JACK) from AdComp Systems Group.
JACK is a bilingual, 24/7 real-time confirmation payment booth, featuring a secure system that will allow you to make payments at your own convenience.
The Freeport News | Published: Jan 22, 2018
The Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) is enforcing its commitment to good customer service with the installation of a Justified Automatic Customer Kiosk (JACK).
“The kiosk allows payment via cash, credit card or check.”