Cities own a vast array of valuable assets, yet the collective oversight of these assets across the various city agencies and their partners, is generally very poor. With high levels of locked-up capital and substantial operating costs, it is an area of business which any city leader must manage closely.
However, technologies that support asset management in cities are numerous, fragmented and often inadequate. For any individual city agency, the level of cost and effort required to make improvements may seem daunting.
In this white paper, you will learn about a leading technical approach that accelerates implementation, substantially removes funding hurdles, ensures an ongoing solution and incentivizes cities to migrate from a fragmented, costly and inadequate model to a common leading-edge solution.