Trimble Opens Feedback Mgmt Service to Gov’t Clients; Rick Gosalvez Comments

cell with appsTrimble Inc. is planning to release its cloud-based feedback management technology to government customers in an effort to aid in government-constituent collaborations, GCN reported Thursday.

Local government clients will be able to manage and respond to service requests from their constituents using the Trimble Feedback application, according to the report.

The system is also designed for governments to work with communities on various projects, the report says.

“Local governments continuously receive enormous amounts of community input, that can have a big impact if handled well,” Rick Gosalvez, market manager for Trimble’s local government and geospatial division, told GCN.

GCN reports the Web and mobile versions of the technology are available from the app stores of Apple Inc., Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp.

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