GovDelivery Named A 2016 International Data Corporation Innovator

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The International Data Corporation (IDC) has named GovDelivery a 2016 IDC Innovator for both the Smart City Open Data Platforms and Location-Based Smart City Engagement Tools markets.

GovDelivery Open Data Systems (NuCivic) was named an IDC Innovator in the smart city open data platforms market for 2016. GovDelivery offers a complete open source data solution with a full suite of cataloging, publishing and visualization features. GovDelivery’s powerful Network and Communications Cloud drives traffic, usage and a greater understanding of data to help connect more people with the most valuable resources from organizations like the USDA and others.

GovDelivery Interactive Text was named an IDC Innovator in the location-based smart city civic engagement tools market for 2016. GovDelivery’s Interactive Text platform allows government to reach the public via mobile messaging to promote citizen action, engagement, and behavior change. Government organizations like the City of Fort Collins and Philadelphia’s Mayor’s Office of Reintegration Services (RISE) use the solution to customize interactive experiences, meeting citizens where they are and driving individuals to take action.

“We’re proud to be recognized as an IDC Innovator for Smart City Open Data Platforms and Location-Based Smart City Civic Engagement Tools,” said Scott Burns, CEO of GovDelivery. “The recognition reflects our work connecting more than 1,000 government organizations with more than 100 million people to truly transform the citizen experience. This is especially exciting coming on the heels of our achievement of Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) compliance, having met the industry’s most stringent security standards.”

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