From agenda day through to reporting, eScribe’s end-to-end meeting management solution is built for the unique needs of the public sector. Built with compliance in mind, the platform has the tools to enable workflows that improve efficiency, accessibility, and transparency before, during and after your meetings.
eScribe allows remote and in-person attendees to participate equally in situations like voting on initiatives and having the opportunity to speak. No need to fully change your toolset – eScribe integrates with many of your existing tools and publishes directly to your existing website.
eScribe is configurable to match the exact needs of your organization. Our modular approach means that your organization can choose the functions that work for your business and skip those that don’t. No more bloated software with flat pricing. Choosing your modules means you only pay for the features you really need.
A simple way to choose the package that is right for you, eScribe’s expertly crafted bundles address many common requirements and offer great savings. Created after consulting hundreds of organizations, these combine our most popular modules with the option to add on any additional features now or in the future.
Migrating your business to eScribe is easy and secure. Using templates and proven methodologies with remote installation, eScribe’s Implementation Teams manage all the heavy lifting, plus getting started with (link to eScribe Academy) trains your teams fast and easy.
Built on the reliable and trusted Microsoft Azure cloud platform, eScribe offers flexibility and scalability with no on-premises IT infrastructure. And with data storage in your country, your organization maintains data sovereignty – an important element for public entities.
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Bring the town square to citizens’ doorsteps–wherever, whenever. Encourage public engagement and drive transparency with a range of modules that eliminate traditional barriers to full participation.