It was my turn to make something awesome.

Earlier this year I got my feet wet by working on the Person-centered Planning Guide for the Arc of Washington, as well as dabbling a bit in cloudPWR’s latest product, Respond. Working on these projects with the guidance of our development team was an opportunity that really propelled my skills in not only working with the AIRLIFT platform, but also as an aspiring senior developer. Continue

A person-centered planning guide for people with developmental disabilities and families planning for their loved ones at every stage of life. The app is rebuild from the ground up and now even easier to use. Continue

We are pleased to invite all our customers to an informative webinar featuring Scott Bream, Washington State Office of Cybersecurity and moderated by Ken Moyle of K6 Partners on July 11, 2017 at 11am PT.

Register Here


State and local entities are looking for new ways to engage citizens and provide value through digital channels. Yet they face challenges that are different from those faced by private industry. What are the best practices for rolling out electronic signatures? Can a policy help? Our panel will help you avoid common mistakes and provide guidance for a smoother transition to digital government.


  • Scott Bream – Washington State Office of CyberSecurity
  • Jenti Vandertuig – Chief Procurement Officer, County of Santa Clara, California
  • Howard Hill – Information Technology Manager, County of Alameda, California
  • Dominic Namnath – Tri-Counties Regional Center
  • Moderator: Ken Moyle, K6 Partners


We have been making updates to our website over the last couple of months focusing on the many ways customers are using AIRLIFT Software as a Service. As more customers deploy solutions on our platform we will share those stories with you on our site and social feeds.

  • Connect – State Colleges revolutionize the application process and improve student services.
  • Register – Medically endorsed dispensaries register authorized patients and create secure medical ID cards.
  • Respond – FOIA and Public Records Act compliance software made contemporary and simple.

Additionally this summer we will be releasing a plethora of exciting features and integrations so stay tuned to our Release Notes.

A thriving local startup economy is being featured in a brand new website. You will find news, information and events that feature local companies, people and trends that are helping to shape the local tech scene in the South Sound.

Tacoma and the surrounding communities in Pierce County are home to a vibrant ecosystem of software, biotech and cybersecurity firms.

Learn more by visiting Startup253

We are excited to announce our sponsorship of the 2017 MetroParks Hackathon scheduled April 14th and 15th in Tacoma, WA. If your interested in attending, sponsoring or helping to mentor teams please visit MetroParks Star Center for all the details.

Q: What is a Hackathon?
A: An event focused on computer programming that is typically held over a 2-day period. Teams are formed to create code with the goal of solving a specific problem in a unique way.

You can help to identify new, innovative and fun ways to connect people to parks and open spaces. We’re looking for ideas and solutions from energetic, imaginative people. Come to the event to brainstorm, build a mobile app or an interactive map, craft an amazing game, visualize our operations data in ways we’ve never imagined, meet amazing people and most importantly have fun doing something to benefit the community.

Great ideas will be considered for further development.


We’re delighted to have been featured in this month ‘Business Matters’ show published by the City of Tacoma.

Our founder Shadrach White talks with host of the show Mike Wark about business, entrepreneurship, technology, and life in Tacoma, Washington. Enjoy! Continue

In a study released by Washington State we get a good look, and stark reminder that furnishing public records is expensive and often cumbersome. The freedom of information act affects all public organization, from small towns to large state agencies with thousands of employees. This is important work. Transparency is indispensable to democracy, now more than ever.

Fulfilling public records requests cost Washington’s state and local governments more than $60 million in the most recent year.

That’s a lot of money. An enormous amount of time spent by state employees furnishing requests for a lot of people.

  • For the full performance audit, published in August 2016, by the State Auditors Office click here.
  • For a quick glance, there’s a 2-pager published as well.

Over the last few month our team built a modern, user-friendly, lightweight and secure application that is supposed to help with that.

icon_rdOur app RESPOND ships Q1 2017 and is built on top of our popular software platform AIRLIFT.
We’re excited to share it with you soon.

Are you interested in being the first to use it?

Contact us today.

The web design and development team at cloudPWR is very excited to announce the launch of a brand new website for the Washington State Endowment Trust Fund.

We’ve been working with the Department of Commerce and the Arc of Washington to refresh several of their website properties.
The overarching goal for each project was to bring 21st century design, function, and accessibility while maintaining a clear focus on the content and the ability for the visitor to find what they are looking for very fast. Continue

We recently sat down with the City of Tacoma to share the reasons we decided to relocate and expand our business in Tacoma.

Thanks to the staff at the Community and Economic Development department for including us as a local software business that is helping to grow the local economy.

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