MyCivic x Cityworks

MyCivic is so excited to announce our recent integration with Cityworks!   Cityworks provides GIS-centric software applications, such as a web-based Asset Management System, while MyCivic provides software solutions such as Work Order Management, Business Directory, Public Safety, and so much more to local communities.   What value can users expect from this integration? Reported…

The City of Tyler Receives Management Innovations Award

The City of Tyler, Texas has been awarded the Management Innovations Award at the 2018 Texas Municipal Excellence Awards, for their MyTyler Mobile App, powered by MyCivic. Originally published on the Texas Municipal League website: Tyler (Management Innovations)  To increase transparency and provide easy access to interactive communication between the government and citizens, the City…

Introducing: MyCivic Eye

MyCivic Eye is a home and business surveillance camera registry. Inspired by the growing number of homes and businesses monitored by surveillance cameras, we have conceived of a way for police departments to have an easier, faster, and more user-friendly way to manage, track, and utilize surveillance footage that exists out in their community. Gone…

Huntington Beach Goes Live!

  Huntington Beach is the latest city to engage their citizens like never before with their MyHB mobile app. City officials found that 40% of traffic to the city’s website was from mobile devices. Now with features like Government, Beach Information, Experience HB, City News, Upcoming Events, and Services, citizens will find it easier than…

Push Notifications And The Benefits

Because of the ever-growing usage of smartphones, the mobile app has heightened the demands of businesses and institutions. According to recent research, people spend more time using their mobile phones than they spend using their desktops or laptops. The reason is simple: mobility. This is also why mobile apps have become so prevalent and will…

What Is Haptic Technology?

What was the world like a decade and a half ago? Looking back fifteen or so years from today, when the internet was in the era of the dot-com boom, the Web was sternly at 1.0, and, believe it or not, Google was in its infancy then. The world has changed considerably over the past…