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January 9, 2019 – BOSTON – Opendatasoft features for the second year in a row in Government Technology’s top 100 companies working with state agencies.
Government Technology magazine is an eminent news source on information technology in the public sector. Since 2016, the annual GovTech 100 list features 100 companies that assist public sector stakeholders and help governments serve their communities more efficiently.
Opendatasoft was recognized for its leading data sharing solution that helps both public and private sector entities organize, publish, and analyze their data in a one-stop hub on the cloud.
This year’s edition highlights the rising profitability of the GovTech market, which was marked by a number of large deals and mergers over 2018. “We are thrilled to be part of such a vibrant and growing community of companies that strive to help governments in improving their efficiency,” noted Franck Carassus, co-founder and COO at Opendatasoft. “We are proud to be recognized as one of the GovTech 100 companies serving government clients over the past year. We will continue to make a difference in 2019 and we look forward to forming new partnerships with listed companies and government agencies across the U.S. in the year to come”.
Opendatasoft offers its clients market-leading data sharing solutions that allow users to easily publish, manage, combine, analyze, visualize, and share data in a variety of formats on a single platform. Opendatasoft operates in 18 countries with clients ranging from small companies and towns (including the City of Salinas, Town of Cary, the State of North Carolina, Jersey City, or Vancouver in Canada) to large multinationals (Schneider Electric, Indigo, Energias de Portugal (EDP), Veolia, Total, Air Liquide, Enedis, Saint-Gobain). For more information, visit http://www.opendatasoft.com/ or follow company news on Twitter via @Opendatasoft
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