New York, NY, March 06, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Next City announced last week that Jonathon Ende, SeamlessDocs CEO, was selected to attend Next City’s 2015 40 under 40 Vanguard conference in Reno, Nevada this May. The invite-only conference rewards individuals that are dedicated to urban innovation and show promise to create positive government change. Jonathon was chosen out of 300 high-achieving candidates from different private and public sector organizations across the United States.
“We are adamant about the fact that we are partnering with municipalities. Partnering with someone is very different than just having a client. We work together and leverage our platform to solve problems that truly affect every stakeholder of the government,” said Jonathon Ende, SeamlessDocs CEO. “We continue to see the positive impact SeamlessDocs is having on municipalities. I’m humbled to participate in such a prestigious event.”
Next City is a non-profit organization that provides current online content and news regarding government leaders, policy, and innovation. According to their website, “Our vision is for a world in which cities are not in crisis, but are instead leading the way toward a more sustainable, equitable future.”
This will be the sixth annual Next City Vanguard meeting. Previous conferences have been held in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, St. Louis, Cleveland, & most recently Chattanooga. The two-and-a-half-day event will be comprised of thought-provoking workshops, panel discussion, tours of Reno, and the Big Ideas Challenge to close out the conference.
SeamlessDocs.com and its subsidiary SeamlessGov.com are the future of paperwork and forms. The SeamlessDocs platform instantly converts PDF documents into cloud versions that can be filled out, electronically signed, and submitted with payment and attachments from any device. SeamlessGov.com is currently working with domestic cities like Los Angeles, CA, Jersey City, NJ, and Atlanta, GA to affordably automate and create a seamless workflow for their business processes.