It's been a busy summer here at SeeClickFix. In the past 100 days alone, over 21 clients have launched their own SeeClickFix platform! This grows the potential SeeClickFix user base by over 2 million.
What we've found most exciting is the diversity of our incredible clients: Towns ranging from under 10,000 residents to cities over a million, a Statewide shared platform for 80 municipalities, DOT's, Business Improvements Districts, Water and Sewage Departments, Counties, International Cities and more. It's inspiring to see the array of different entities dedicated to improving the public space and delivering quality customer service; and we're proud that we can play a part.
With just a few days after the first day of Fall, we'd love to highlight some of new partners:
First of its kind geo-dynamic shared platform and mobile app for engaging residents, routing service requests and enhancing internal workflow and reporting. The program will soon include 80 towns and cities and service over 2.7 million residents. Here are some of the most recent launches:
Brockton, MA (pop: 93,000) - see examples of residents and the city collaborating
Ashland, MA (pop: 14,674) - visit their website (Google)
Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (pop: 701,475) - Recently expanded to a solution for the entire City of Detroit - See Detroit Delivers announcement.
Darwin, AUS (pop: 135,000) - see their announcement.
St. Petersburg, FL (pop: 249,000) - St. Pete launched their hosted Citizen Relationship Management (CRM) system, and SeeClickFix is concurrently integrating into the City's Sungard system - see Mayor Kriseman describe their solution - see app in the Android and iPhone markets.
Miami Safe Routes (Miami-Dade County) - SeeClickFix is the technology platform powering the Miami Safe Routes Clearinghouse, a pilot project of 501(c)(3) non-profit Urban Health Partnerships, Inc. - see their announcement and more about this project.
Union Square Business Improvement District (San Francisco) - In addition to our geo-dynamic communication channels and notification services, Union Square BID staff are using SeeClickFix to manage their internal workflow. BID ambassadors and work crews are using our "field app" to document the numerous services performed and problems solved on a daily basis, while BID management are using our reporting and analytics tools to track the big picture - see their announcement - see app in the iPhone and Android markets.
Missouri City, TX (pop: 69,000) - Our newest partner in Texas (some others include Houston and College Station) - see their press release - see Missouri City iReport apps in Android and iPhone markets.
Mosinee, WI (pop: 3,900) - Our new government partner in Wisconsin is known for its rich connection to nature - see their announcement.
Forest Hills, TN (pop: 5,000) - Forest Hills is a city located directly outside of Nashville. It is primarily residential with almost no commercial development in the city - see their announcement.
Taylor, MI (pop: 62,000) - Taylor is newest partner in the State of Michigan. Mayor Rick Solaris discussed the benefits that app will provide to all Taylor residents in the city's Fix It! Taylor announcement - see another announcement - see app in the Android and iPhone markets - visit their website (CivicPlus).