OpenGov Live Webinar: 5 strategies finance leaders use to do more with less - Tues June 27
CaliforniaCityNews Introduces Series of Webinars Provided by OpenGov
CaliforniaCityNews is excited to share with our readers a webinar provided by OpenGov.
This is just the first of many webinars from OpenGov that will be offered to you as a subscriber of CaliforniaCityNews. Please see below for more information.
Is your organization constantly striving to do more with less? Governments everywhere constantly strive to operate better, faster, and cheaper – a frustrating resource paradox.
Technology solutions offer an opportunity to upend the paradox.
In this webinar, join local government finance leaders whose agencies have successfully adopted the OpenGov Smart Government Cloud™. They will share their strategies, experiences, and advice for doing more with less to deliver more effective outcomes for their organizations.
In this webinar you will learn:
5 modern approaches to streamlining traditional finance operations.
Technology strategies for better budgeting, faster collaboration, and easier information sharing.
How governments are using OpenGov to save time, monitor financialperformance, and inform their decision-making.
How cloud-based software reduces technology costs compared to on-premise software.
For Kimberly Ruesch, it’s a life that revolves around three Fs: Faith, Family, and Finances. Currently serving as Washington City, Utah's Administrative Services Director, Kimberly has been employed by the City for over 20 years. Kimberly has had the pleasure of serving in public works, utility billing, treasury management, finance, and administration, as Washington City has grown from a population of 7,000 to over 23,000.
Bernalillo County, NM
Maria Zuniga has 16 years of experience in government, include managing a $500+ million budget, leading enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation and management, and conducting performance management and strategic planning. She led Bernalillo County’s transparency and performance management initiative using OpenGov, including developing dashboards for each of the county’s 35 departments.