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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.

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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