Success Stories

Hear from our clients how Granicus software has helped their organizations.

Success Stories Library

  • King County Increases Its Engagement on Press Releases

    King County, Washington, provides many public services for more than 2 million residents in the greater Seattle area — from transportation and public health to natural resources and elections. The county worked with Granicus to develop a new, innovative approach to media relations, increasing their engagement on new press releases by 33%.


  • The City of Oakland Rebuilds Trust in its Community

    The City of Oakland uses multiple Granicus solutions, including Legistar, SpeakUp and eComment to help legislation gain approval by no less than six standing committees before going to Council for final action. Granicus also gives the Council a way to be transparent with citizens, who help plan meeting agendas.


  • Georgia DNR Devlops a Digital Communications Strategy

    Working with Google, Georgia Department of Natural Resources built the “Georgia Outdoor Map,” a one-stop-shop for outdoor enthusiasts. Georgia DNR’s new map boosted revenue by $234,000 that same year, and added 1,500 unique visits.


  • Santa Barbara Creates a Citizen-Centric Web Experience

    With its ever-changing calendar of events and constant influx of visitors, the City of Santa Barbara required an adaptable web solution that integrated seamlessly with its webcasting and file management platforms.


  • Forging a Better Connection with Ex-Offenders

    The Philadelphia Mayor’s Office of Reintegration Services (RISE) builds better relationships with ex-offenders through improved efficiency when communicating — in turn increasing the likelihood of a successful reintegration through class attendance by 30%.


  • City of Stockton Streamlines a Paper-Heavy Process

    Stockton’s staffers have prided themselves on using technology to make it easier to do the “business of government.” But in early 2014, city officials determined the way they managed appointments and recruitment for their boards and commissions didn’t meet this standard.