Applying Smart Technology to Municipalities...and Beyond!
Orginally Aired: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 Duration: 1 hour
In today’s world, city leaders look at their municipalities in terms of both the big picture and the individual citizens that comprise it. Cities across the country spend a significant amount of time auditing businesses for correct licenses, permits and paperwork. What if this process could be automated to streamline, harmonize and improve citizen services?
Join Governing magazine and the Smarter Cities Initiative team as we explore the benefits of smart technology to better automate the process of managing records, collecting revenue and driving down costs.
At this event, learn how to:
Improve auditor and investigator performance
Increase city revenues by 5% or greater
Extend into domains including revenue collections, water, transportation, social programs, and safety
Track trending and historical data from city operations for planning
Mark Funkhouser, Ph.D. Former Mayor, Kansas City, Missouri Director, GOVERNING Institute
David McPherson Revenue and Tax Administrator Office of the City Manager City of Oakland, CA
Gary Wachowicz Pacific Region Sales Leader for Smarter Cities IBM
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