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Cityworks provides you with a platform that helps manage, track, and analyze your infrastructure assets. It includes an integrated permit management system which extends your management reach to include activities done on residences, commercial, and other infrastructure. The Cityworks Web GIS-centric™ Open Platform asset management system helps you access, search, and manage your infrastructure assets. The platform, or system of record, is the component of Cityworks that stores data and performs transactions on that data. Cityworks provides a number of applications designed to assist specific user types and scenarios. Several of our software development partners offer additional applications that meet the needs of even more users. These applications, often referred to as Systems of Engagement, provide easy-to-use tools to better complete business operations.

HQSandy, UT, US
Employee Ratings3.8

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Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)111(+2%)
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Key People/Management at Cityworks

Brian Haslam

Brian Haslam

President & CEO
Pete Hristou

Pete Hristou

Dan Duffin

Dan Duffin

Chief Legal Officer
Wayne Hill

Wayne Hill

Vice President, Client Relations
George Mastakas

George Mastakas

Vice President, Enterprise Solutions
Brent Wilson

Brent Wilson

Vice President, Sales
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Cityworks Office Locations

Cityworks has offices in Sandy, DeSoto and West Bend
Sandy, UT, US (HQ)
11075 State St STE 24
DeSoto, TX, US
1510 N Hampton Rd
West Bend, WI, US
2021 S 18th Ave #102
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Cityworks Financials and Metrics

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Cityworks total Funding

$14.5 m

Cityworks latest funding size

$14.50 m

Time since last funding

4 years ago

Cityworks investors

Cityworks's latest funding round in October 2016 was reported to be $14.5 m. In total, Cityworks has raised $14.5 m
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Cityworks News and Updates

Trimble and Cityworks Introduces Real-Time Asset Management Solution for Water and Wastewater Utilities

SUNNYVALE, Calif. and SANDY, Utah, July 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) and Cityworks, a Trimble Company, announced today the release of a real-time asset management solution for water and wastewater utilities. The solution, available as a subscription, allows utilities to...

Cityworks Blogs

Industry Insights from Laura Carr of NewEdge Services, LLC

Laura Carr, chief operations officer of NewEdge Services, LLC, knows what it takes to help clients achieve their implementation goals as well as their vision for the future. We asked her to share her insights on GIS and asset management trends, implementation strategy, and cloud-hosted solutions. Q.…

5 Tips for Streamlining Facility Workflows

Our most recent, and final, custom implementation to close out our public works department was with the facilities division. The great thing about this rollout is that we have built a scalable framework that will last long term. We can take what we have built and continue to develop and branch off f…

Pandemics, Earthquakes, and Going Virtual: Rising to Inspection Challenges

West Valley City, Utah, had some major challenges in the spring of 2020. In addition to the COVID-19 pandemic, they also experienced a major earthquake. In this presentation, Jerry Thompson, the city’s chief building official, shares how West Valley City has used Cityworks to navigate it all while a…

3 GIS and Asset Management Trends for 2021

The challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the demand for geospatial solutions that enabled local governments and utilities to be resilient. GIS has always played a key role in helping these organizations gain awareness and understanding, and going into 2021, the importance of solutions cen…

How Cityworks Is Improving the State of This City

The City of Longview, Texas, has been a Cityworks customer for more than a decade. In this presentation, they explain how Cityworks is being utilized across several departments and share some of the successes they are experiencing. ► You’ll also like: Citizen-Focused Community Development To learn h…

Community 4.0: Improving Efficiency While Meeting Increased Demand

It’s no secret that many of the changes unfolding in our communities as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic have resulted in constrained resources—both in labor and revenue—for organizations across the globe. U.S. county organizations alone have seen a 20 percent reduction in workforce so far this yea…
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Cityworks Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Cityworks founded?

    Cityworks was founded in 1986.

  • Who are Cityworks key executives?

    Cityworks's key executives are Brian Haslam, Pete Hristou and Dan Duffin.

  • How many employees does Cityworks have?

    Cityworks has 111 employees.

  • Who are Cityworks competitors?

    Competitors of Cityworks include Ansible, Semafone and Quortex.

  • Where is Cityworks headquarters?

    Cityworks headquarters is located at 11075 State St STE 24, Sandy.

  • Where are Cityworks offices?

    Cityworks has offices in Sandy, DeSoto and West Bend.

  • How many offices does Cityworks have?

    Cityworks has 3 offices.