Latest Press – Fast Company


"That changed with sites like SeeClickFix, which let you report a bent street sign and fallen tree and engage authorities in getting it sorted out. Now the Internet is almost the default way of interacting with officialdom, as SeeClickFix's latest numbers indicate. Last year it closed 519,666 neighborhood issues, and logged 847,240 "votes" (that is, people agreeing with an initial complaint). More than 170 governments now use the platform for public communication, and to manage work internally."