New York City’s Department of Parks and Recreation’s manages about 600 capital projects each year with the admirable goal of keeping 30,000 acres of land and 5,000 properties safe and enjoyable for residents.
But keeping citizens and elected officials informed about the status of a capital plan projected to reach $4.6 billion over the next ten years was becoming a challenge.
“We determined very quickly that [we needed] a public website to [present] data related to all of our projects that we were capturing in Oracle’s Primavera Unifier,” said Diane Jackier, chief of capital strategic initiatives. She recently spoke to attendees at the New York City Oracle Industry Connect 2018 conference.
“At the end of…