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Cartegraph Battles Crumbling U.S. Infrastructure; Builds High-Performance Governments

In response to America’s near-failing infrastructure, Cartegraph has announced its dedication to transform cities, counties, and states across the country into high-performance governments. Through this commitment, Cartegraph will devote its software and services to individuals in government operations striving to be more effective, efficient, and productive for the benefit of their citizens.

“Financing our nation’s critical infrastructure is only half the battle—the other half is focused on using resources responsibly, making data-driven decisions, and proactively planning for future maintenance,” said Jake Schneider, Cartegraph president and CEO. “For this very reason, Cartegraph is dedicated to helping local governments strategically use their time, materials, and taxpayer dollars to deliver the best possible outcomes for their citizens.”

To build high-performance governments, Cartegraph uses a comprehensive, three-pronged approach that combines success coaching, expert consulting, and state-of-the-art software. As part of this framework, Cartegraph supports the public sector with a wide range of services from pavement management system implementation and right-of-way asset collection to GIS data reviews and operational dashboard setup. In addition, the organization offers two web-based asset and work management tools—Cartegraph OMS and Cartegraph AMS—to help agencies capture data, analyze it, and prepare for the future.

“Our clients aren’t in local government for the money or the recognition. They’re here because they care about their residents and want to leave their community in better condition than they found it,” said Schneider. “We recognize software alone isn’t a solution. Which is why Cartegraph is empowering local governments to do business in a way that surpasses anything they’ve ever done before.”

For more information on Cartegraph and high-performance government, please download this introductory guide, call (800) 688-2656 or visit www.cartegraph.com.