Why is it that some ideas just take off and become the norm?
The answer is ease.
We used to be happy with a mobile phone.
Now it's all about being smart.
We've long know that the internet is king when it comes to the way people do plenty of things they used to do by other means. But not everybody has realised that, for many people, this is now the era of the mobile internet.Introducing Engage...
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Do you see what we see?
There is clearly a lot of your citizens not just using the mobile internet more, but using it to get information about their environment. Just the sort of information you want to get out to them in the best, fastest, easiest and cheapest way you can...
Mobile apps are the new easy, and they have taken off big time. The best ones are easy to get and easy to use. The big bonus for local authorities, social housing providers, colleges, universities and other public sector organisations is that mobile apps are great news for you as well as your citizens and service users.
- Low cost and simple to operate
- An easier and faster way for your citizens to do the things they were already doing or always wanted to do
- Downloaded to straight into the palms or pockets of your citizens
- Less about burning bridges and more about building them
- A great way for the public sector to build a two-way dialogue with citizens, which is less about complaints and more about conversation
- The quickest way to help your local authority to start listening to your citizens and service users, and delivering better services
- A simple way to do more with less, saving you time and money
- The best place to start on your journey towards happier citizens.
Doesn't that sound like it's going to be easier for everybody? See Engage in action
To see how Engage handles the most common top tasks* regularly undertaken on websites, contact Capita
to arrange for a demo of Engage. *Top tasks as defined by Socitm's Better Connected 2012 report.