Join us on November 15th to learn more about Envisio Projects and how it can help public sector leaders drive better community outcomes through the delivery and transparent communication of capital improvement projects.
At Envisio, we support public sector organizations in better executing on strategy, measuring performance, and reporting on results.
Projects is a newly-released suite of project management tools that build on Envisio’s powerful analytics and reporting capabilities to help public servants deliver projects on time, on budget, and on the map.
In this webinar, Envisio’s VP of Sales Madison Dias will walk through Projects so you can see how these purpose-built features provide visibility, transparency, and alignment on the delivery of capital improvement plans (CIP) and projects.
Join us on November 15th, at 11 AM PT/2 PM ET to learn how Projects will help your organization:
- Manage projects, tasks, timelines, and dependencies
- Tie budget to projects to better prioritize resources
- Align projects with overarching plans
- Standardize and automate reporting
- Improve collaboration across teams and departments
- Communicate capital improvement plans, projects, progress, and budget to leadership, council, and residents
- Align projects and progress to strategic initiatives
This complimentary webinar will include a Q&A session, so please bring your questions for the Envisio team!
We look forward to seeing you there.
Madison Dias, VP of Sales, Envisio
Madison has 7+ years of supporting public sector organizations with strategic planning, performance management, and project management. Since joining Envisio in 2016, Madison has supported hundreds of public sector organizations through the evaluation, implementation, and adoption of technology to transform the way they manage stratategic panning and performance management. Madison is a graduate of Cornell University and holds an MBA in Strategy and Innovation from Quantic School of Business and Technology. Madison is also an avid triathlete, thrill seeker, and former Team Canada and NCAA Division 1 Athlete.