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Envisio’s Newest Offering Focuses on Capital Improvement

The seller of performance management software releases Envisio Projects, through which officials and residents can track capital projects and planning. The move comes as more agencies turn to digital dashboards.

Envisio, which sells performance management software to public agencies, has launched what it calls a “suite of project management tools” that focus on capital improvement plans.

Called Envisio Projects, the new product is designed to help officials consolidate those plans in one place and align them with an agency’s strategy, and make sure projects come in on schedule and budget, according to a statement from the government technology provider.

The new offering also expands capital improvement transparency for residents via a public map on the platform’s public dashboard. Constituents can track project progress and learn details about funding.

“Our customers tell us that building trust and transparency with their residents is a top priority,” said Mike Bell, CEO and co-founder of Envisio, in that statement. “Now, in addition to tracking progress on strategic plans through public dashboards, residents can use the new public map feature and project dashboards to easily access information on capital improvement projects in their communities.”

The project’s release comes as federal infrastructure money flows into state and local coffers — and with Envisio, in its statement, saying that “nearly every local government will undertake capital improvement projects over the course of a few years.”

“Strategic plans and capital improvement plans encompass many of the most important things local governments do. The ability to track and report progress on both of these components not only fosters collaboration, but increases organizational efficiency,” said Bell.

The new product also launches as more public agencies increasingly turn to dashboards, moving past Excel sheets and others of legacy technology.