Rotorua, New Zealand, July 17, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Aligned with the strong ambitions of Local Government in New Zealand, CAMMS will showcase its philosophy of community visioning through strategic planning and execution at the 2015 LGNZ Conference in New Zealand.
Councils across New Zealand currently have to spend copious amounts of time and resources on managing Long Term Plans while complying with legislative requirements.
Carefully molded throughout years of close collaboration with Local Government in NZ, CAMMS Enterprise Performance Management and Business Intelligence suite empowers councils to simplify strategic alignment, integrate planning, set staff accountability and create powerful reports.
Held from the 19th – 21st July 2015, the LGNZ conference sees the attendance of Council members who seek fresh thinking and innovative ideas to build stronger and more vibrant communities.
“LGNZ is the perfect opportunity for LG Professionals to get insight into how best to manage their challenges. We understand the obligations local government need to meet and are delighted to be a part of the LGNZ Conference to help equip Councils with the expertise that will enable superior performance reporting and savings,” says Jarred Thomas, CAMMS NZ Sales and Services Manager.
Through CAMMS interplan® and Power Data Solutions, Councils in New Zealand can maximise service value, execute their strategies and deliver on their community vision.
CAMMS drives organisations from strategy to reality with its world leading suite of Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) and Business Intelligence (BI) solutions. Using a unique blend of strong conceptual understanding and significant technical expertise, CAMMS empowers companies by helping you visualise the “bigger picture” with fully integrated systems. CAMMS was recently recognised in Gartner’s  Cool Vendors in Risk Management 2015 report.
For more information visit: www.cammsgroup.com.
For more information contact:
Adam Collins, Director
 Cool Vendors in Risk Management, 2015, John A. Wheeler, 02 April 2015