Los Angeles-based CitySourced
, the developer of mobile software used to help citizens to communicate with cities and local government, has rolled out in Honolulu, Hawaii. The City and County of Honolulu announced Tuesday that it has launched its smartphone reporting system, "Honolulu 311", which is powered by CitySourced, to allow citizens to report things like abandoned vehicles, graffiti, potholes, and other issues. The app runs on iPhone, Android, Blackberry, and Windows Mobile. Financial details of the win were not disclosed. CitySourced said the win came via a referral from IBM; the company said it how has nearly 50 cities worldwide in 7 countries using its technology. CitySourced is run by Jason Kiesel and Kurt Daradics.
posted on Thursday, February 2, 2012
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