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Web Conference to Discuss Mobile Apps for Citizen Engagement
21 August 2012 |
Imagine a single mobile app that allows you to get directions to a restaurant, avoid construction along the way, find a place to charge your electric car and report any pot holes you experienced en route. Knowing how your residents really live and function within your city is the first step in developing a mobile app that will engage them.
On 9/19 at 1pm ET, Christopher Thomas, director of government markets at Esri (an ICMA Strategic Partner) and John Gillison, city manager of Rancho Cucamonga, California, will present a web conference to discuss the development and applications of RC2GO, a mobile application that created a "city hall in your pocket" for the residents of Rancho Cucamonga.
To register, visit http://learning.icma.org/store/seminar/seminar.php?seminar=14206
I just learned that this web conference will highlight the successful marketing campaign that went along with the launch of this app. So, there should be great insight into how to get people to embrace emerging technology.
Very well developed developed app, I like its UI represents quality mobile app development, and the concept "city hall in your pocket" is quite attractive.
It looks like perfect and nice idea for amazing app. Mobile app Development procedure may take some extra time but overall its amazing idea.
Quite productive and engaging idea specially it will in-courage users to utilize content transfer app to share their views and thoughts with reach other.
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