Award Winner

July 2017

Anissa Di Vincente

Webmaster

Anissa Di Vincente is the Webmaster for Culver City California. She is a California native, a graduate of UCLA and has held her position with the City for 13 years. She is also a Zumba Fitness Instructor and has worked on or with websites her whole career. The way she performs her duties as Webmaster is one of the reasons Government is Beautiful!

Culver City, CA

Seth speaks to the SeamlessDocs team in the February installment of the Seamless Speaker Series

Service is Beautiful

Q&A with this municipal champion

How did you get involved with local government?

Previously I was working as a contractor and looking for a change - I wanted predictability and stability. As a Webmaster in government, we want to make things easier to find and make things look better and make thing more readable. In our department the mission is - "Let's make life easier for citizens."

How did you first hear about SeamlessGov?

I was contacted by one of your representatives and after hearing what you do, it was like "Oh we can do that - oh that would be cool!" At first we wanted to use SeamlessGov just for the website but now we're doing it for internal forms and even more recently some advanced workflows.

Why did you decide to go paperless?

Primarily, going paperless is about saving resources which being environment-friendly is very important to me. But also ease of use! Why should someone have to go waste time by going to fax or mail something or bring it in. It's ridiculous. I'm always asked for W9 and I9s. Why am I wasting paper for something I'm just gonna email back? One of the versions was a copy or something and someone had filled it in. In one version of Internet Explorer, you'd see the submission blank, and some you'd see it filled in - it was a disaster.

Paul accepts his Service is Beautiful Award from CEO & Founder Jonathon Ende

Seth accepts his Service is Beautiful Award from CEO & Founder Jonathon Ende

"In terms of the platform, SeamlessGov has made leaps and bounds in just the last couple months. I look forward to seeing how you continue to make it better. With SeamlessGov, we keep finding more and more things to put into the system to improve the way the forms work."

Anissa Di Vincente

Webmaster

Culver City, CA

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Town of Gilbert Stats

Real results from this municipality

  • 27 Forms

  • 12,677 Submissions

  • 15 Minutes Saved per Form

  • 3,169 Total Hours Saved

    (Submissions * Time Saved per Form = Total Time Saved)

Culver City Stats

Real results from this municipality

  • 115 Forms

  • 2,352 Submissions

  • 20.5 Submissions per Form on Average

  • 15 Minutes Saved per Form

  • 588 Total Hours Saved

    (Submissions * Time Saved per Form = Total Time Saved)

Cedar Hills Stats

Real results from this municipality

  • 47 Forms

  • 2,201 Submissions

  • 46.8 Submissions per Form on Average

  • 15 Minutes Saved per Form

  • 550 Total Hours Saved

    (Submissions * Time Saved per Form = Total Time Saved)

What was implementation like?

Implementation was so easy. We did have a basic user training to walk people through the system, but truly it was extremely easy. I've given people access and they've figured most of it out on their own. In terms of resources, I'm most impressed with information on the forms and cool use cases WE DON'T USE. Basically inspiration for new feature usage or use cases for us.

One form or process that's been changed by SeamlessGov?

SeamlessGov's backend has definitely changed our processes. With our IT Notification form, a member of the IT staff or City Hall staff fill it out based on hiring needs. Then one person in IT tags the submission and makes sure it gets managed. Because of that label and trigger, the one person who routes the form would know when stuff is complete and thus is given peace of mind.

Favorite SeamlessGov Feature?

I love the GRM™. When it was released it was really exciting that we could do triggers and tags on our forms and workflow processes. Also I love a wizard for a PDF form.. and then using Conditional Form Logic based off of that!

Advice for another municipality just starting out with SeamlessGov?

Know what you want to do with the product first and foremost. Figuring out how to get SeamlessGov working is pretty easy - it's more about just having a plan of what you want to accomplish first.

Andrew Liebelt

Success Manager

Andrew is a Client Success Manager at SeamlessDocs. He comes from another SaaS company that was acquired by Citrix, and attended Appalachian State University. Andrew is a North Carolina native who has traveled, lived around the world, and has settled in the most beautiful city in the country - New York! Personally he loves writing, filmmaking, cooking and helping SeamlessDocs' partners make their citizen interactions more beautiful!

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