Looking For Moderately Priced Web-Based Capital Budget Software Designed for Municipalities

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  • #96302

    Looking for a web-based Capital Improvement, planning, forecasting and budgeting software solution specifically tailored for municipalities. If you have such a software, sell such a software, or know someone who does, please contact me. Thank you for any and all input! -Hal

    Note: I’m certain others would want to know about good solutions also, so I am inviting a brief recap in response here as well as direct contact

  • #96320

    Gerry McDonald
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    TeamBudget from Questica is a web-based budgeting/planning/forecasting tool specifically tailored for municipalities – both Capital and Operating

  • #96318

    Thanks Gerry! We will be contacting you directly. -Hal

  • #96316

    Thaddeus Setla
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  • #96314

    Thaddeus, Thank you very much! We will follow up. -Hal

  • #96312

    I have heard very good things about TeamBudget from Questica. We have several clients that use this solution and are extremely happy with it. Very robust, user friendly and it has really streamlined their budgeting process.

  • #96310

    IBM TM1 would be a good tool that provides both data management and analytical capabilities

  • #96308

    Bobbi Jo, Thank you very much for the input! Sincerely appreciated! Hal

  • #96306

    Ranga, Thank you very much! We will follow up! -Hal

  • #96304

    Doug Fletcher
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    Fletcher & Fletcher Budgeting has been providing a budget software specifically designed for the public sector for over 20 years. Our product includes budget functions for operating, capital, personnel, performance measures, reporting and final budget documents. I would look forward to speaking with you further if you have any questions

    http://www.budgetinformationsystem.com

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