City of Maize, KS Raises the Bar on Condition Data with Cartegraph Asset Management
Searching for a deeper look at condition data and information on its infrastructure, the City of Maize, KS was in need of a new system. It found the answer in OpenGov, the leader in asset management software for local government.
Located just outside Wichita, the City of Maize has been rapidly growing, leading to an increased need to manage and track its assets more efficiently. In its quest for a software solution, the City prioritized a platform that could remove manual steps like needing to convert CAD to GIS for asset additions, while also supporting a paperless environment. Cartegraph Asset Management stood out for its user-centric design and its ability to allow field workers to add assets and capture condition information easily and directly.
The City looks forward to modernizing its asset management work with the adoption of Cartegraph Asset Management. The software is expected to empower field workers to conduct inspections in the field with mobile devices, thereby promoting real-time data accuracy. Moreover, the software’s capability to drive work and preventative maintenance plans based on condition information promises to elevate the City’s infrastructure management standards.
The City of Maize, KS joins thousands of public sector organizations leveraging OpenGov to revolutionize work processes with cloud-based software designed specifically for the needs of government.
OpenGov is the leader in modern cloud software for cities, counties, state agencies, school districts, and special districts. With a mission to power more effective and accountable government, OpenGov serves thousands of public sector leaders and their organizations. We are built exclusively for the unique budgeting and planning, accounting, permitting and licensing, procurement, and asset management needs of the public sector. The OpenGov Cloud makes organizations more collaborative and efficient, enabling best-in-class communication with stakeholders and your community.
Published: August 18, 2023