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GovTech is out with a reflective article today looking at how cities are embracing technology. As cool as this is they are quick to the point that
“Technology makes it cool, but data is what makes it smart.”
This is a statement that iSite can get behind. When we talk to our larger community about implementing more technology into their world we face two types of reactions: Awesome! The more technology the better, or Really, another tool I have to log into every day?
These are sentiments that everyone should be able to understand, adding more technology does not always help ease our burdens and sometimes it increases the amount of time it takes to get anything done; but not all tools are created equal.
When you evaluate tools and systems to bring into your organization dig into evaluating how they allow you to report on or capture data. Are they helping you make smarter decisions? Can they capture information that you have never considered using in an evaluation because to collect it manually would have cost you, at least, an extra body? How can you make this new tool work harder for you so you can work smarter?
On Election Day, our team at iSite wanted to make a pledge to you, our platform (if you will) is to solve PMO and CMS inefficiencies and lack of transparency. We will help you find automation where automation is needed. We will streamline reporting. We will save you time and money.
You, our constituents, are critical to our success, but we know not all of you will buy our system. And that is okay. We know we are not the perfect fit for each PMO or CMS need. And that is okay.
We ask is that you take the time to tell us your story. Where could you use the most improvement? What points of failure could we help solve?
We ask that you take the time to understand what iSite could do for you. Does it help make you more competitive? Does it help reduce the number of systems you are currently using?
We ask that you take the time to fully explain to us your current process.
We ask that you take the time to work through any assumptions.
And finally, we ask for open dialogue. Let our team of experts help you uncover iSite’s potential for your organization or identify where iSite might not be a perfect fit. But above all be willing to have the conversation and trust us, we want to solve problems, not sell products.