The annual budget is the most important document your organization produces. After spending months developing it, going the last mile to publish the final budget document presents its own challenges. Given that today’s budgets address challenges that are more strategic than ever, the document itself increasingly functions simultaneously as a financial, policy, operations, and communications tool. Yet, publishing it still requires cobbling together different documents, charts, spreadsheets, and duplicative revisions.
It’s no wonder that so many of today’s public sector organizations seek to streamline the publishing process, make the budget book more functional, and deliver a beautiful product they can be proud of. That is why OpenGov has partnered with Workiva to deliver OpenGov Budget Book powered by Wdesk™ as part of its cloud-based, end-to-end budgeting solution. In this webinar, learn how OpenGov can help your organization improve budget book publication by automating updates, centralizing changes, integrating budget data, and easing collaboration.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How OpenGov Budget Book powered by Wdesk streamlines budget book publishing.
- How OpenGov automates updates, saves time, and reduces errors.
- How governments are already budgeting collaboratively using OpenGov.
Solutions Engineer Manager, OpenGov
Adam Stone served for five years as Greenwood, Indiana’s Controller prior to joining OpenGov. He serves as a Solutions Engineer Manager and is responsible for assessing and communicating technical requirements for prospective users of OpenGov’s Smart Government Cloud™. He holds an active CPA license and received a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting and Finance from Indiana University.
Solution Engineer, Workiva
Michael Darby is a Solution Engineer at Workiva, where he is responsible for assessing and communicating technical requirements for prospective users. Previously, as a Team Manager on Workiva’s Customer Success team, he drove initial implementation and integration of the Wdesk software, as well as education around its usage. He holds a degree in Business Administration and Management from Texas A&M.