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2013 Excellence in Operations Management Awards:Cartegraph launches initiative to recognize municipal organizations

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Thursday, January 9th 2014
CartêGraph | Iowa


DUBUQUE, Iowa — Cartegraph, a leading provider of Operations Management System (OMS) technologies for the public sector, is now accepting nominations for its first annual Excellence in Operations Management Awards, an initiative recognizing municipal organizations that are using technology to work smarter and improve their communities.

Nominees will be judged on their municipal operations management achievements in any of these five key areas:

  • Effective Methods of Work and Data Management
  • Tech Savvy Approaches to Citizen Engagement
  • Proactive Solutions for Public Infrastructure Management
  • Demonstrated Leadership in the Municipal Industry
  • Data Driven Methods of Achieving ROI

Cartegraph user-organizations can nominate themselves or another organization free of charge and get the complete nomination criteria by visiting http://www.cartegraph.com/client-center. Deadline for nominations is January 31, 2014 and winners will be announced in February. There is a limit of one award per organization.

Cartegraph designs and builds Operations Management System (OMS) technology that helps public sector organizations save time and money. With its emphasis on adoptability, user experience, and return on investment, Cartegraph technology helps organizations effectively manage the work, assets, resources, and requests at the center of their day-to-day operations. www.cartegraph.com

Brad Schweikert

Marketing Communications Specialist

www.cartegraph.com

3600 Digital Drive, Dubuque, Iowa 52003

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