Revize is renowned as a leader in providing easy to use Government CMS designed for municipalities only – Revize eGov CMS. This simple-to-use yet powerful solution enables clients to manage their online presence with unparalleled functionality and style.
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Testimonials That Speak For Themselves
— Morgan Ash, PIO, City of Seguin, TX
— Craig Kelly, PIO, Wylie, Texas
— Sheryl Mitchell, City Manager, City of Albion, MI
— Shawn Anderson, IT Director, Tipton County, TN
— Jamal Powell, IT Systems Manager, Genesee County, Michigan
— Stephanie Teoli Kuhls, Township Manager, Middletown Township, Pennsylvania
— Mitch Fox, PIO, City of North Las Vegas, NV
— Jeff Arango, Director of Community Planning, City of Langley, WA
Adding YouTube Video & Live Streams To Your Website
Not only can you embed regular YouTube videos, but you can add YouTube Live videos after they have started. During times like this where most government agencies have moved to online meetings and other tasks; being able to share a meeting or press conference live on your website is essential in making sure the public is informed with what is going on in your community. The step to add these videos are exactly the same as adding a regular YouTube video. There are two ways you can embed YouTube videos on your website. The first way is to go to the YouTube video you would like to share and click share and copy the URL.
Communicate COVID-19 Info Using Your Website
Many state and local governments have been working from home and will be for some time. Concerned citizens are still depending on them for any updates regarding COVID-19 and how it is affecting your community. In this time of uncertainty, Revize wants to help you reach the public where they are, online. Our websites have the tools to get the news out from anywhere, anytime. Here are 3 of the ways our features let you put out time-sensitive information to the public fast.
How to Use Your Website for Better Elections
With Super Tuesday upon us and the election cycle in full swing for 2020, you may be wondering how you can use your website to better facilitate the upcoming elections. There are a few simple things that you can do to help inform local citizens, provide updated information, and stay secure.