Sacramento IT News

How AI helped California’s DMV adapt to COVID closures

Intelligent document processing has helped the California Department of Motor Vehicles overcome challenges associated with COVID-related field office closures. “When the offices were closed, we established a virtual field office for our customers where they could request certain services that we could provide remotely,” said Ajay Gupta, chief digital transformation officer at DMV. For paperwork that customers must still submit as a physical document such as vehicle titles for title transfers, DMV set up a digital mailroom using intelligent document processing tools from ABBYY, a digital intelligence company. The original documents get to DMV in two ways: Customers may submit most documentation via an upload feature supported by automated document classification and extraction from ABBYY, o...[Read More]

There’s Been a 70% Uptick in Redfin.Com Users Looking to Relocate to Sacramento and Las Vegas Since Last Year

Nationwide, 28.5% of users looked to move to another metro area in October, up from 24.9% a year before and a slight decline from 29.2% in the third quarter. This is according to a new report from Redfin (, the technology-powered real estate brokerage. Sacramento, Las Vegas and Phoenix were the most popular destinations for people looking to move to a different metro area in October, with higher net inflows than any other major U.S. metro. A net inflow means more people are looking to move in than leave, while a net outflow means more people are looking to leave than move in. Keep reading this article at