Town of Granby, NY, Expands Partnership with OpenGov to Include Infrastructure Asset Management

Wanting to centralize its asset management data in a single system and move away from spreadsheets and written notes, the Town of Granby, NY, was looking for a new system. After surveying its options, the Town chose OpenGov, expanding its current partnership with the company, which already includes solutions for budgeting and digital services.

Located just a half hour from Syracuse, the Town of Granby is an ever-evolving place that’s always on the lookout for new ways to enhance its operations. In its search for advancement, the Town prioritized GIS integration for spatial analysis, paperless operations, and job costing efficiency. OpenGov Cartegraph Asset Management caught the Town’s attention for its ability to support predictive maintenance, its stellar reputation in the governmental software sector, and the strong existing relationship the Town had with OpenGov.

With the forthcoming integration of Cartegraph Asset Management, the Town of Granby gains access to transformative tools for its asset management operations. The new software will enable a seamless transition to paperless operations, offering unprecedented ease in job costing and projections for work and capital planning. Moreover, the GIS integration feature will provide crucial support for spatial analysis, work planning, and reporting, giving the Town the tools it needs to advance its asset management work.

The Town of Granby, NY joins thousands of public sector organizations leveraging OpenGov to revolutionize work processes with cloud-based software designed specifically for the needs of government.

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Published: August 25, 2023