OLIVETTE, Mo. (PRWEB) April 25, 2019
The City of Olivette, Missouri has partnered with GovSense - the first unified, true-cloud software designed specifically for local government - to increase internal efficiencies and better connect with their citizens.
GovSense empowers jurisdictions with flexible, easy-to-use GRP (Government Resource Planning) solutions that enable collaboration in finance and accounting, budgeting, utility billing, fund and project management, HCM/Payroll, economic development, asset management, GIS, inspections and enforcement, planning, and permitting and licensing. GovSense will replace Olivette’s legacy software systems and manual processes with one, unified solution that enables a 360-degree view of Olivette.
“Olivette chose GovSense because we were looking for a system that wasn’t just a replacement of our current system, but a fully integrated software solution,” said Darren Mann, Finance Director of Olivette. “We are excited to switch over to a true cloud-based software accessible anywhere with an internet connection.”
GovSense software solution partners with the strongest technology available to bring local governments a truly premium, highly collaborative, true-cloud experience. It is easy to use, allows departments and citizens complete transparency from day one and helps jurisdictions operate more quickly and efficiently with features like user-friendly reporting, automated workflows and mobile access.
“We are absolutely delighted to begin working with Olivette,” said Paul Cammisa, CEO of GovSense. “It’s been a really exciting process seeing local governments latch onto the idea and efficiencies of a unified software solution. We can’t wait to start the implementation process and see how much the end-users enjoy the ease and simplicity of GovSense.”
Olivette joins the community of jurisdictions across the nation that have entrusted GovSense’s unified and flexible software to solve their community’s challenges.
“I think it will benefit Olivette’s citizens by offering our department heads and council members more real-time information on what matters most to them,” said Mann. “We can now offer more public facing options for our services.”