The new system works with the company’s two suites Budgeting & Planning, and Permitting, Licensing & Code Enforcement, OpenGov's Reporting & Transparency Platform is included for all new customers. As local government executives face unprecedented and growing challenges, technology modernization, including ERP systems, has shifted from a tentative investment to a mission-critical need. In addition to the impending wave of workforce retirees, government leaders are adjusting to the fallout from the Covid-19 public health crisis and economic recession by upgrading their technology to ensure their organizations are efficient, responsive, and resilient. Financials features the following applications: core financials, general ledger, accounts payable and receivable, HR payroll, fixed assets, purchasing, requisitioning, and utility billing OpenGov Budgeting & Planning was built for developing operating budgets, capital planning, workforce planning, and delivering an online budget book. OpenGov Permitting, Licensing & Code Enforcement “streamlines community development services such as permitting, licensing, code enforcement, and inspections, and includes a customer-facing web portal”. OpenGov Reporting & Transparency provides governments with open reporting and analytics, storytelling tools, intuitive dashboards, community feedback tools, and full integration with third-party software applications.
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OpenGov has introduced OpenGov Financials, an integrated cloud-based ERP system design for local governments. It is designed to enable governments to run daily processes, along with reports, forecasts and budgets on one online platform.