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Governing | So Many Tweets and Calls, So Little Time: How Governments Can Manage It All

By | Featured News, News

When Chicago City Councilman James Cappleman took office in 2011, his staff almost immediately ran into a problem: constituent communication.

It wasn’t an issue of inexperience. Tressa Feher, Cappleman’s chief of staff, had years of experience connecting politicians with their constituents, both in Washington, D.C., and at the Illinois state Capitol in Springfield.

The problem was volume…


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CivSource | Seneca Systems Raises $3.5M For Gov Tech

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Seneca Systems, a provider of workflow solutions for government workers, has publicly launched its Romulus Constituent Services Platform. Romulus is designed to bring all constituent communications together in a single workflow. The idea is to give government workers visibility into how constituents are communicating and working with their cities and towns regardless of where they submit that communication…


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Seneca Systems Raises $3.5M For Gov Tech

Silicon Valley Business Journal | The people speak, and this Redwood City startup’s platform helps the government hear them

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Seneca Systems has developed a constituent services platform called Romulus that is designed to help local government streamline and manage its workflow. It centralizes communications, streamlining service delivery and reporting on constituent issues and opinions. It helps to manage service delivery from the constituent request through delivery in the field. Romulus has been purchased and deployed at a number of U.S. city offices, including in Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles and San Rafael…


Read more: | Seneca Systems Launches Romulus Government Platform

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Seneca Systems, a provider of purpose-built software for government workers, today launched Romulus, a constituent services platform that centralizes communications, streamlines service delivery, and reports on constituent sentiments and work performed…


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Fortune | Term Sheet

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Seneca Systems, a Redwood City, Calif.-based provider of software for government workers, raised $3.5 million in seed funding. Initialized Capital led the round, and was joined by investors including Govtech Fund, Cowboy Ventures, and Y Combinator…

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FINSMES | Seneca Systems Secures $3.5M in Seed Financing

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The round – which brings the total raised to date to more than $5m – was led by Initialized Capital, with participation from Cowboy Ventures, Govtech Fund, and Y Combinator.

The company intends to use the funds to drive further government adoption of its software; promote the CSP market; expand its services and support capabilities; and scale its field and engineering organizations…

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Seneca Systems Secures $3.5M in Seed Financing





TechCrunch | Seneca Systems raises $3.5 million to help make local governments more efficient

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If there’s a pothole on the street outside your home, a fallen tree, a cracked sidewalk or some other issue in your city, you, as a constituent, can contact your local government to send out the appropriate department to handle it. But local government workers are inundated with communications from their constituents…

Seneca Systems raises $3.5 million to help make local governments more efficient