GovDelivery is set to launch its latest mobile capabilities at its yearly event, “Digital Government: The Transformative Power of Communications." The event can be attended for free and will include communicators and technologists from across the federal government.
They will discuss best practices in management expansion, latest technologies and digital communications. A live Web feed of the event will be transmitted at http://bit.ly/DigiComm.
At the event, Scott Burns, CEO and cofounder of GovDelivery, will also unveil improvements to GovDelivery solutions, such as GovDelivery MobileDCM. GovDelivery is already well known for assisting mobile commitment through e-mail and SMS. These offerings also provide instantaneous alerts normally used by transit organizations for providing real-time SMS updates to clients.
"Government agencies are beginning to see how transformative communications can be with regard to mission impact and value,” Burns said in a statement. “At GovDelivery, we strive to leverage new technologies to help the public sector maximize their direct connections with the public, and our recent enhancements demonstrate this. We continue to focus on bringing increased value to the government employees charged with meeting mission goals by delivering the tools and best practices to help them effectively leverage all forms of digital media to reach and engage the public in order to capture this transformative opportunity."
GovDelivery will now unveil MobileDCM, a mobile application that expands existing administrators' digital communications workflow away from the office. GovDelivery customers can now use their iPhone and Android (News - Alert) mobile devices to safely manage contacts, increase outreach by augmenting latest subscribers, connect with stakeholders and determine effectiveness anytime, anywhere with MobileDCM.
Government agencies can now connect with citizens, internal associates, journalists and other stakeholders remotely. Communicators can connect to a digital communication tool anywhere and anytime in a simplified, rapid and suitable manner, allowing them to generate, endorse and send digital communications in a safe manner.
Edited by Braden Becker