OpenCities, the leading customer journey platform that helps local governments transform their websites, forms & digital services, is proud to announce its recognition in Government Technology's GovTech 100 list for 2021.
“We share this honour with the hundreds of governments worldwide that entrust OpenCities to push the customer experience envelope’ said Alex Gelbak, CEO of OpenCities. “You’ve helped us create a platform that improves millions of citizen to government interactions, every week”.
The GovTech 100 is an annual list compiled and published by Government Technology as a compendium of 100 companies focused on making a difference in state and local government agencies across the United States.
Since starting in the US in 2016, OpenCities has partnered with cities including Grand Rapids, Miami, Orlando and Austin, and has grown more than 150% each year. "We thank our customers for their support and commitment to building world class experiences. We are thrilled to start the year with the endorsement from a respected industry publication," said Luke Norris, US Managing Director of OpenCities.
More details about the recognition can be found on the full list of the 2021 GovTech 100.
About OpenCities: Built with and for governments, OpenCities provides the website, customer portal and online forms functionality modern governments need to digitize each step of their customer journey. With a code-free, drag & drop approach, OpenCities enables governments of every size to create a world class digital experience, in a fraction of the time and effort of traditional web projects. And as a SaaS platform that powers millions of citizen interactions around the world, OpenCities leverages data to continually optimize & evolve your digital customer experience. Named one of the AFR 50 Most Innovative Companies and recognized in the 2021 GovTech 100, OpenCities powers the digital city halls and websites of the most forward-thinking local and state governments across North America, Australia and New Zealand. For more information, visit https://www.opencities.com.