Konect App for Local and State Government

For government at all levels, it’s about cost efficiency, productivity and compliance. They are, after all, spending your money!

Apart from the States and Territories, Australia has 562 Local Government areas. Some are as small as 1.5 km² while others, such as the Shire of East Pilbara, take up 380,000 km². That’s an area larger than Germany or Japan!  Just imagine how many assets: roads, street lights, rubbish bins, footpaths, trees, weeds, parks and playgrounds?

Redundancies and deficiencies are often compounded by complex (or often out of date) data collection processes, and the management of multiple contractors vying to get the work reported, assessed, repaired and reviewed.

For government at all levels, it’s about cost efficiency, productivity and compliance. They are, after all, spending your money! When Konect came along, talk about modernising processes in areas such as biosecurity, building maintenance, condition inspection, road maintenance, tree and weed management, and workplace health and safety became a reality.

iPhone screenshot of a GBM Konect custom form to assist with maintenance management

Client Stories

Keep up to date with how Konect fits into the changing world of Local and State Government.

Roadworks Ahead!

Roadworks slowing you down? How the City of Bendigo has been transformed by Konect and integration with their asset management system.

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The Power of Field Management

Paul Nicholson, City of Bendigo’s Coordinator GIS & Asset Information, explains why partnering with Konect – our powerful mobile field management App – has revolutionized their approach to field management.

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