Indian River County Utilities, FL, Upgrades Asset Management with OpenGov

Wanting a system with GIS integration and more modern features, like a scenario builder, Indian River County Utilities recently decided to upgrade its asset management system. After in-depth research, it decided to upgrade within OpenGov, moving from OpenGov SEMS to OpenGov Cartegraph Asset Management.

Indian River County Utilities, a committed service provider to residents of Indian River County, FL, wanted modern features for its asset management system, like having assets displayed on a GIS-integrated map and a user-friendly experience. In its journey to enhance service delivery, Indian River County Utilities found that Cartegraph Asset Management had everything it was looking for, including a GIS integration, mobile access, and a customizable interface.

With the impending shift to OpenGov Cartegraph Asset Management, Indian River County Utilities anticipates a significant upgrade to its asset management work. The integration promises to present assets on a map, allowing for a more streamlined overview of operations. Moreover, with the advantage of a mobile app, field operations will witness an uptick in efficiency and response time.

Indian River County Utilities 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 24, 2023