Cloud computing, SaaS and web-based applications are gaining popularity within government as well as in business so we are excited about joining the online conversations.
Vancouver, BC (Vocus) August 13, 2009
BasicGov blog joins the online world to communicate and collaborate with local government customers, cloud-computing supporters and other online enthusiasts. http://www.basicgov.com/blog
The blog will have various authors from BasicGov’s internal team including SaaS industry expert and BasicGov’s President and CEO, David Roberts. As the discussions unfold it will also feature guest bloggers.
Topics will range from:
- cloud computing / SaaS / web-based software trends
- local government
- customer stories
- product roadmap updates
- workplace highlights
“We invite you to read, share, comment, and of course bookmark our BasicGov blog,” said Susan Kirk, editor and marketing communications, BasicGov. “Cloud computing, SaaS and web-based applications are gaining popularity within government as well as in business so we are excited about joining the online conversations.”
BasicGov blog, built by web marketing expert, Lucian Savluc, is a state of the art blog using a wide field of communication tools including flickr, twitter, RSS, Youtube, etc.
CloudBench Applications, Inc. (TSX VENTURE: CBH) develops, sells and supports BasicGov, affordable web-based software used by cities and local governments to streamline their permits and inspections, code enforcement and planning processes. BasicGov is a reliable, secure solution delivered for an affordable price and the only web-based software for local governments built on Force.com, the cloud computing platform from SalesForce.com used by more than 55,000 organizations worldwide. BasicGov software requires only an Internet connection and a browser. Users pay a monthly subscription fee of $119 per module and no capital investment is required. http://www.basicgov.com