#ELGLHaverford Winners: 6-10

Posted on November 15, 2019

It’s time to celebrate the top companies and vendors working with local government!

The ELGL Haverford Award celebrates the top companies that work with local government. We often say “we’re all in this together” and that mindset shapes the way we work with the people who work in the private sector. We don’t differentiate between our members who work for local government, from people who work with local government.

We received a lot of nominations from ELGL members who wanted to tell their stories about why they thought these companies deserve ELGL recognition. Click through and read about each company – today, or when your local government is looking for new relationships and partnerships.

Today, we’re celebrating the companies ranked 6-10 on the 2019 #ELGLHaverford list:

proudcity#6 – ProudCity

ELGL members say: “You will learn a lot from working with ProudCity. I thought I was a pretty good project manager before working with them. They made me into a real one.”

citibot#7 – Citibot

ELGL members say: “Citibot has opened my eyes to the ways that we can use technology to make local government more responsive. It makes me want to dream bigger about how cities can work with residents and improve city services.” 

polco nrc#8 – NRC / Polco

ELGL members say: Survey administered and relationship has been built.  Looking forward to leveraging their expertise.”

opengov#9 – OpenGov

ELGL members say: We’ve been able to provide financial data that is easy to understand to our public. We’ve streamlined the budget process and provided transparency around how the budgeting process occurs. Finally, we’ve reduced the number of hours spent on building out the physical budget book.”

clearpoint#10 – ClearPoint Strategy

ELGL members say: “Their onboarding, implementation and support plans are developed to ensure the organizations success from the start.  Their goal was to partner closely with us during the initial implementation so that we could be self-sufficient as we grew in our use of ClearPoint, adding departments and team level plans.”

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