Based on feedback and close collaboration with cities including Palo Alto, Sacramento, and San Jose, we've learned that the only way for cities to adapt quickly and solve real problems is to experiment and make decisions based on data and evidence. We've also learned that there are no current tools that can support and streamline such efforts. The vast majority of pilots and other innovation efforts in cities fail in a variety of different ways.
UrbanLeap allows cities to run pilots and experiments in a way that simply works. Using our platform, cities can discover innovative solutions, work in collaboration to define goals and metrics, execute and measure outcomes, and ultimately make a quick decision based on evidence from the field and input from residents. Ultimately, cities will also use our platform to share innovative solutions and results with other municipalities.
This data-driven approach has been highly successful in the private sector. It is now arriving to the public sector and we're thrilled to provide the tools to support this data-driven, collaborative approach.