California based financial data software platform OpenGov has raised $30m in Series C funding led by the Emerson Collective. OpenGov offers cloud-based software that visualizes municipal financial data, allowing governments to access, analyze, and share data.
"OpenGov is transforming the way the public sector operates, and in turn, how citizens engage with their communities," said OpenGov CEO and Co-Founder Zac Bookman. "This new investment will help us build more smart solutions for government, harnessing the power of technology to equip public officials with the tools they need to better serve and support their citizens." OpenGov now works with more than 1,500 governments across the U.S, and has doubled its customer base since last year. The OpenGov Smart Government Cloud is powering governments of all sizes, including recent partnerships with the Cities of Boston, Phoenix, Birmingham Alabama and the State of West Virginia.