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OpenDataSoft Named to GovTech Top 100 Companies Making a Difference in Government
January 9, 2018 – BOSTON – Today, OpenDataSoft, a software-as-a-service company that offers cities and private companies alike a turnkey data portal based on the cloud, has been recognized as one of the top 100 companies working with government customers by Government Technology magazine.
GovTech 100 is a premier program that recognizes the top companies in the United States that are helping to improve the public sector.
Government Technology magazine, a respected source of information for municipal, county and state governments, has released its third annual GovTech 100, a compendium of 100 companies focused on and making a difference in state and local governments. GovTech companies help governments do their work more effectively in serving their communities. These companies are active in one or more market segments such as service delivery, intelligent infrastructure and civic tech focus areas.
“We are honored to be recognized by GovTech as one of the top 100 companies serving government clients in 2018,” said Franck Carassus, co-founder and COO at OpenDataSoft. “We are proud to be listed alongside other companies making a difference in state and local governments, and we are excited to form new collaborations with listed companies and government bodies across the U.S. in the year to come.”
OpenDataSoft is a software-as-a-service (SAAS) company that offers cities and private companies alike a turnkey data portal based on the cloud. With more than 130 clients worldwide, OpenDataSoft has been ranked by IT research giants, Gartner and IDC, as a global leader for data collection, cleaning, analytics, visualization, and sharing. OpenDataSoft has recently initiated public-private partnerships with cities and companies such as Waze, GE and AT&T to develop smart city initiatives based on the OpenDataSoft platform. Headquartered in Boston, MA, OpenDataSoft already powers open data portals for many municipalities and agencies worldwide – including the North Carolina Department of Commerce, the City of Durham, Chapel Hill, and Town of Cary in North Carolina. For more information, visit http://www.opendatasoft.com/ or follow company news on Twitter via @opendatasoft