Aurigo Masterworks To Automate Enterprise Contract Management Process For The City Of Seattle
Aurigo Software, a leading public sector software provider, today announced it had entered into a multiyear, multimillion dollar contract with the City of Seattle to automate the entire city’s contract management process including over 5000 individual construction and non-construction contracts annually. Aurigo was selected via formal procurement and was the highest ranked and most responsive vendor.
The company’s flagship software product, Aurigo Masterworks, will provide the City of Seattle with a secure, cloud-based platform to manage their entire contract lifecycle, from negotiation, approval, and change management, to close-out. The system will deliver robust document management capabilities and the ability to sign contracts electronically. Aurigo’s software will also integrate with the City’s financial systems to reduce manual entry and ensure accurate data collection. Aurigo’s experience in delivering similar large-scale, cloud-based contract management software to public agencies across North America makes the company uniquely qualified.
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“The City of Seattle has shown tremendous resilience during the COVID-19 crisis. In these challenging times, it is more important than ever to deploy cloud software that can be accessed by a workforce who are operating remotely,” said Balaji Sreenivasan, CEO of Aurigo Software. “Public agencies are also turning to cloud-based solutions to provide greater efficiency and accountability for their constituents. We are delighted to partner with the City of Seattle to help improve employee productivity and lower their overhead costs of contracting.”
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Aurigo’s Masterworks platform is built and deployed using two household technology names from the Seattle area. The company is a Microsoft gold partner, basing many of its applications on Microsoft’s .NET framework, and utilizes Amazon Web Services for hosting the software over the web. Aurigo has been steadily adding both large and mid-size agencies to its customer roster in the past few months. The contract award at the City of Seattle follows recent wins with the City of Durham, NC, San Bernardino County, CA and Departments of Transportation in Nevada, Iowa and Montana.
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