Senator Chris Murphy highlights SeeClickFix as “Murphy’s Innovator of the Month”

CT Innovator of the Month U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) announced on Friday that SeeClickFix was selected to be this month’s “Murphy’s Innovator of the Month.” Many individuals — including city leaders, employees, and citizens — had nominated SeeClickFix to win this recognition.  

This honor comes at a particularly powerful moment for SeeClickFix. Two cities in Connecticut have launched SeeClickFix in the past month alone — bringing the cities using SeeClickFix to include New Haven, Bridgeport, Hamden, Killingly, Middletown, Enfield, and Windsor.

In the Senator’s press release, SeeClickFix was congratulated for reaching some major milestones:

  • Almost a million users use SeeClickFix across the world.
  • Nearly 300 governments use SeeClickFix to respond to issues.
  • Over 3 million issues have been reported — and almost 90% have been fixed.
Over the past year, SeeClickFix has moved from only addressing request management to addressing work management too. This internal functionality has expanded who can find value in SeeClickFix to include homeowners associations, housing authorities, hospitals, private property and university facilities management — among many others.  

“Ben and the SeeClickFix team are solving a problem near and dear to my heart—making government work better. With the touch of a button, residents are easily connected with local governments to solve problems and improve their communities,” said Murphy. “I’m excited to watch SeeClickFix grow and will be standing by to help them every step of the way.”

Ben Berkowitz, CEO and Founder of SeeClickFix, said, “On a state level, we’re proud and excited to see the SeeClickFix network grow across Connecticut. We started in New Haven and are being used in Bridgeport, Hamden, Killingly, Middletown, Enfield, and Windsor.”

Berkowitz continued, “More locally, we’re excited to have moved our offices into 770 Chapel Street — a growing entrepreneurial hub of activity in New Haven. We’re joined in the building by a number of other startups and organizations like MakeHaven, Patient Wisdom, and Wellinks.”