Step it Up and Roll it Out: Purchasing/Deploying the GovPilot Platform

by Alannah Dragonetti on December 07, 2018

Last week, we told you what kind of districts purchase GovPilot. This time, we are telling you how they do it. READ MORE+

4 Local Governments that Use GovPilot and How

by Alannah Dragonetti on November 30, 2018

When pitching GovPilot to prospects, “Which clients do you have in our area?” is a question that often comes-up. With clients as close as our home state of New Jersey and as far as Waterloo, Canada, this commonly encountered question is difficult to answer in one nationally syndicated blog post. Instead of naming our clients (okay, we'll name drop ... READ MORE+

Recap: GovPilot’s Best NJLM Yet!

by Alannah Dragonetti on November 21, 2018

Each year, the GovPilot team returns to Atlantic City, New Jersey for the state League of Municipalities show. Each year, we think it’s our best yet. Each year, we are proven wrong. 2018 was no exception. NJLM 2018 was the site of a successful show, session and Sun Room after party. Keep reading for details!   READ MORE+

The Top 10 Most Commonly Reported Concerns in New Jersey, Part 2

by Alannah Dragonetti on November 16, 2018

Last week, we listed numbers 10 through five of the top 10 most commonly reported concerns in New Jersey, as determined by data aggregated by our Report a Concern digital form and GovAlert mobile app. This week, we bring you numbers five through one. Drumroll please...   READ MORE+

The Top 10 Most Commonly Reported Concerns in New Jersey, Part 1

by Alannah Dragonetti on November 09, 2018

They may say, “Fuhgeddaboudit!” often, but residents of the Garden State know that some issues are worth reporting. Those who live in Elizabeth, South Orange and other towns that use GovPilot’s Report a Concern module have it easy. They can access a digital Report a Concern form through their district’s official website or report an issue as soon ... READ MORE+

How Much Does Local Government Software Cost and What is the ROI?

by Alannah Dragonetti on November 02, 2018

GovPilot clients, Raleigh, North Carolina and Trenton and Union Township, New Jersey, are quickly becoming fixtures on lists ranking districts that leverage the latest innovations to offer residents a high quality of life (see Money magazine’s 2018 list of the 50 Best Places to Live in America and CompTIA’s recent index of the top 20 “tech ... READ MORE+

Flashback Friday: The Evolution of Efficiency

by Alannah Dragonetti on October 26, 2018

Smartphones. Escalators. Instant coffee. These agents of convenience carry us through our day-to-day to make modern life more efficient. Ever wonder how we arrived at this point? If so, you’re in luck, because this week, we’re delving into the sociopolitical factors that started it all.   READ MORE+

How Low Can You Go?: Setting the Bar for Learning Curve Expectations

by Alannah Dragonetti on October 19, 2018

If you’re reading this, you’re probably considering leveraging GovPilot software to modernize your local government operations. It would involve migrating historical records to the cloud, establishing and automating current workflows, a website revamp and an adjustment period for staff. How long would all of this take? We guarantee it’s shorter ... READ MORE+

Forget Crypto. Master the New Currency.

by Alannah Dragonetti on October 12, 2018

A new coffee shop opened in Providence, Rhode Island and it’s generating more than a caffeine buzz. Located by Brown University, Shiru Cafe, serves students and faculty lattes, cappucinos and all of the typical coffee shop menu items, but the jury is out on the pricing. Some will tell you Shiru’s menu is fairly priced, others say it is more ... READ MORE+

The Last House on the Lien: How GovPilot Can Help Towns Haunted by Vacant Houses

by Alannah Dragonetti on October 05, 2018

You arrive at the house filled with dread. The front yard is a sea of tall, dry, yellow, blades of grass that sway back and forth in the breeze, threatening to ignite the wooden boards across the windows. You shutter and continue up the porch. Each step emits a creak that hints at imminent collapse. The house is unoccupied, but sometimes, the ... READ MORE+