Two leading government technology companies have come together to provide a complete solution for local governments looking to implement data-driven plans, manage performance, and report impact to their communities.

The Envisio and Polco Track integration puts the nation’s richest set of government performance measures at your fingertips as you implement strategic community objectives. It creates a one-stop-shop to help you take the right actions, measure results, and share progress with your elected officials and residents.

In this webinar, the Product and Data Science teams from Envisio and Polco walk you through this just-launched integration.

Watch this recorded webinar to learn how this pairing of products will help you to:

  • Access ready-made community livability performance data and benchmarks created by a unique partnership of academic institutions and data scientists
  • Align community performance data with your strategic priorities to drive action and results
  • Provide meaningful reports to staff, elected officials, and residents on performance and impact

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Michelle Kobayashi, Principal Research Strategist, Polco

Michelle is described by her colleagues as a maker of logic models, a synthesizer of research from many fields, and a firestorm of ideas. She began as a researcher at the City of Boulder and helped found National Research Center more than 20 years ago. She brings deep knowledge of how research can intersect with governance to help communities thrive, and leads innovation at Polco.

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.