The Town of Portola Valley, Calif. selects OpenGov software to modernize Town operations

United States, California, Redwood City – 07-09-2020 ( — The Town of Portola Valley, Calif. has partnered with OpenGov – the leader in cloud software for government budgeting, performance and communications – to drive efficiency for staff, increase accountability for the public, and improve community engagement.

OpenGov Vice President Tim Melton shared, “We are thrilled to add the Town of Portola Valley to our growing list of government partners-our first customer in the state of California using our newest product, OpenGov Financials. We look forward to helping them usher in a new era of technology and innovation to address their challenges. The Town of Portola Valley’s commitment to improving their processes is apparent and we are excited to help them deliver for both residents and employees.”The Town of Portola Valley joins over a thousand government organizations leveraging OpenGov to revolutionize public sectors processes with cloud-based software designed for the needs of government.  OpenGov will serve the Town of Portola Valley with technology that simplifies financial management and enables enterprise level resource planning.About OpenGovOpenGovis the leader in providing our nation’s state agencies and local governments with modern cloud software to help power more effective and accountable government.  Built exclusively for the unique budgeting, financial, and community development needs of the public sector, OpenGov solutions help our more than 1,000 customers plan effectively, increase efficiency, and improve engagement through better collaboration and transparency.

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