This webinar will be held via Zoom Webinar. If you have issues registering or accessing the webinar platform, please email nacomeetings@naco.org.

Join us for an eye-opening webinar as we explore Franklin County, Ohio's journey to solving long-standing challenges. Uncover how they've embraced "Rapid Low-Code Application Development" to become faster and more collaborative and pave the way for smarter governance through iterative solutions.

During the webinar, you'll get to hear firsthand from the team that brought Quickbase to Franklin County. They'll share valuable insights on their collaborative approach, staying ahead in tech, effective prioritization strategies, and the exciting prospects ahead.

Plus, we’ll hear from Quickbase expert Jen Bensi to see some of the macro trends that are impacting government agencies around country and how Quickbase can digitize your public sector data and workflows without compromising your transparency, collaboration, and security.

Speakers

Adam Frumkin

Adam Frumkin

Adam Frumkin, MBA, CGCIO, PMP
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Jennifer Bensi

Senior Strategic SLED Account Executive
John Proffitt

John Proffitt

Chief Digital Officer
Eric Nutt

Eric Nutt

GX Development Manager

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