Here at SeeClickFix, we think about the unique benefits of SeeClickFix every single day, and strive to hone in on and perfect what matters most to our customers. What is important when it comes to civic engagement? What do governments and citizens need? What is the future, and how can we help shape it with … Continued
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Return on investment (ROI) is a helpful tool for describing the relationship between the input of resources and the output of organization objectives.
In the case of public services for governments, this ratio is typically measured by the tax dollars put into a program divided by the total level of citizen satisfaction that the program delivers.
Over 64% of American adults use a mobile phone to get important, relevant information (up from 35% in the spring of 2011). Because of the increasing reliance on smartphones, local governments across country are using mobile apps as the “digital front door” to the city.
This guest blog post was written by Julie Reynolds of VEOCI (@Veoci), a comprehensive virtual EOC (Emergency Operations Center). The new world of software is all about combining "services" provided by specialized systems to create a less expensive and more efficient solution. Interacting with other systems is the way we work today. Data goes back … Continued
Almost everyone is on Facebook. That's why we've now made it easy to allow citizens to report issues not only from the mobile and website widgets, but also our SeeClickFix Facebook Tab. The SeeClickFix Facebook Tab can easily be added to your Facebook page is a few simple steps:
Most of our partner municipalities like to put our widget on their government websites. We've also made this widget available to easily and simply embed for free. Whether you are a neighborhood association, news site, or blogger, you can embed a customized SeeClickFix widget for citizens to report issues directly from your site (see some … Continued
Your city-branded mobile app connects citizens and leverages the technology that they are already using'smartphones. SeeClickFix offers custom buttons,
My 9 year-old daughter leaned over my shoulder as I started drafting this post so I asked her, "What do you think API stands for?" Without missing a
The City of Minneapolis approached SeeClickFix in early 2012.Don Stickney, the Director of Minneapolis 311, wanted to achieve two things. Increase the brand
As cities upgrade to web service and mobile technology there is sometimes an awkward transition away from the paper system. While parts of city workflow move to the