OpenGov Kicks-Off Partnership with Springbrook Software at Springbrook Ignite User Conference
May 6, 2015 – OpenGov
OpenGov and Springbrook Software kick off a new partnership this week at the Springbrook Ignite User Conference in Portland, Oregon.
Yesterday, a dedicated session featured one of the first joint customers of Springbrook and OpenGov, Charlie Francis, who serves as Administrative Services Director and Treasurer for the City of Sausalito, California. Francis, along with OpenGov’s own Chris Young, shared insights on how Sausalito and other local governments across the U.S. are transforming budget data into meaningful, consumer-friendly information to help foster public trust and increase citizen engagement.
Francis was also presented with Springbrook’s Sunlight Award, which recognizes local leaders for their efforts in promoting open and transparent government (see video above).
OpenGov’s Chris Heggem (pictured above) also presented a light-hearted talk about how cloud-based software can help local government administrators address common challenges.
The Springbrook and OpenGov partnership provides local government financial teams with an integrated, cloud-based solution to manage their agency’s fund accounting using Springbrook’s Finance & Administration Solution, and then share the financial information on OpenGov’s financial analysis platform. The result is a new and dynamic level of transparency that empowers administrators and elected officials to foster engagement and to build trust with the community.
Are you a Springbrook customer interested in learning more about OpenGov solutions for financial transparency?
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