When we first started ProudCity, we set up a simple company website at proudcity.com and, as early-stage startups do, spent all of our time focused on building the platform, onboarding early customers, and refining our processes so that we could scale government impact. Over the holiday break, we finally used some downtime to dogfood proudcity.com … Continued
Category: Government forms
Public Spend Forum featured ProudCity as one of seven government technology startups to watch In 2019.
When we talk with local governments about their websites, online forms, payments and general digital service offerings, and how ProudCity can help them better serve their communities, we’re often asked how we’re different from similar providers, particularly ones that are more established. Here’s how we’re different.
San Rafael Senior Management Analyst Rebecca Woodbury shared her thoughts on the importance of startups for the January/February issue of Government Technology, including a mention of ProudCity and the work we’ve done with San Rafael.
Video of the “Online Government Forms and Payments” webinar is now available.
Starting in October 2017, visitors to non-secure government website forms using Google Chrome will receive a “Not secure” message indicating the site cannot be fully trusted to protect user privacy.
Join ProudCity, ELGL and Stripe on October 4 for a free Online Government Forms and Payments webinar to discuss how local governments can provide accessible, secure online forms and payments to those they serve.
Government Technology‘s Ben Miller covered the launch of ProudCity Payments.
To better facilitate secure financial transactions, we’ve launched ProudCity Payments. ProudCity Payments makes it easy to set up, launch and manage every aspect of government web and mobile payments.
To better facilitate digital business operations, ProudCity Forms now makes it easy for governments to create and manage secure, mobile-friendly online forms.