This month, the world’s best athletes descended upon Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to compete in the 2016 Summer Olympics. Regardless of country or sport, each athlete arrived in Olympic Village with the same goal: to win a gold medal.
This week, the 2016 Summer Olympics came to a rainy, carnival-inspired end. Of course, some athletes achieved their goal and many others did not, but all tried their best to perform at gold medal standards — something that GovPilot government management software does every day.
As outlined below, GovPilot has a lot in common with Olympic athletes.
4 Ways GovPilot Goes for the Gold
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From her performance on the uneven bars to her floor exercises, United States artistic gymnast, Simone Biles, demonstrated amazing grace and flexibility at the Summer 2016 Olympics. For her efforts, Biles left Rio a household name with 5 medals.
Like Biles, GovPilot demonstrates a level of flexibility unrivaled by competitors. GovPilot offers modules that replicate and automate over 100 routine government processes that span departments from Code Enforcement to Tax Assessment. Each module can be further customized to fit the needs of individual users.
Jamaican track and field phenom, Usain Bolt, lived-up to his name at this summer’s Olympic games, winning 3 gold medals.
GovPilot’s swift deployment and adoption rates give Bolt a run for his money. GovPilot prices its modules a la carte, providing clients the freedom to choose only those modules that solve immediate pain points. Once modules are selected, the GovPilot team quickly deploys the software. Government employees are happy to have a solution to their problem and GovPilot’s user-friendly interface means adoption is quick and painless.
Swimming is another Summer Olympics sport that requires athletes move at dizzying speeds. US swim star, Michael Phelps, left Rio the most decorated Olympian of all-time.
To watch Phelps swim is to watch a human navigate the water as if it were his natural habitat. GovPilot settles into clients’ day-to-day operations with equal ease.Automated workflows mimic long-standing chains of command and orders of operations, allowing government employees to (more efficiently) keep-up the good work!
- Forever Improving
Of course, athletes like Biles, Bolt and Phelps don’t become flexible or fast enough to compete in the Olympics without devoting time and energy to improvement. Indeed, the average Olympian spends a whopping 10,000 hours training for the big game.
This level of dedication may be hard to imagine, but if the walls at GovPilot headquarters could talk, they could provide a firsthand account. From holding daily software reviews from speaking with government officials to gauge their needs and priorities, the GovPilot team works tirelessly to build a gold standard software.
Flexible like Biles, fast like Bolt, fluid like Phelps and getting better everyday. GovPilot goes for the gold year-round!