Fiscal Director Aims to Update City's Software; Upgrading Financial Software Is One of the First Things on Greensburg's New Fiscal Director's To-Do List. [Derived Headline]

By Tierney, Jacob | Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, April 14, 2016 | Go to article overview

Fiscal Director Aims to Update City's Software; Upgrading Financial Software Is One of the First Things on Greensburg's New Fiscal Director's To-Do List. [Derived Headline]


Tierney, Jacob, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Upgrading financial software is one of the first things on Greensburg's new fiscal director's to-do list.

Kelsye Milliron, 26, who has worked as a clerk in the city's fiscal office for about two years, was promoted to director of the department Monday by the city council.

"I'm super excited," she said. "I'm ready. I have a lot of plans for the future."

The Greensburg resident was chosen from among 16 applicants who applied to replace Mary Perez, the fiscal director for 14 years who resigned in February to take a job with Penn Township.

"(Milliron) has a clear vision of the future. We really want to step up our fiscal operations with the purchase of new accounting software," said city Administrator Sue Trout. "We think she has the know-how to get us to that point."

Milliron said she wants to modernize Greensburg's financial software that has been in use for 17 years.

"Our software is ancient at this moment. It doesn't give us a lot of functionality," she said, noting that it can't handle basic tasks like exporting data to Microsoft Excel.

Trout and Milliron have been talking to several companies to explore their options for the software upgrade.

Milliron's considering another step toward modernization: allowing residents to use credit or debit cards to pay fees and fines, such as parking tickets. …

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