At the City of Edina, Minn., we are exploring mobile applications for our residents to easily get information, find staff contacts and report problems. Has anyone in other local governments launched an iOS/Android app? If so, what company did you use, how has your experience been working with them, what did they offer that others cannot and what was the approximate cost (both up-front, and recurring).
I appreciate your responses.
City of Edina
Hey Jordan - check out a similar thread that's got some great answers - http://www.govloop.com/forum/topics/questions-for-local-govts-about...
Thanks for the link. I will check that out.
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