Hoboken-based government management software GovPilot opened a second office in Manasquan and hired former South Orange official Scott Egelberg as solutions specialist, the company announced June 21.
Egelberg held several roles within the South Orange municipal government over the past eight years.
Seven years ago, as a building and health department clerk, Egelberg spearheaded the municipality’s adoption of GovPilot software to digitize and unify processes such as permit applications, thereby enabling more efficient government services and operations, according to the company.
“Scott has been a power user of GovPilot for seven years and has a wealth of knowledge and insight that can help us further improve the platform based on his real-world experience as a government official,” said James Delmonico, GovPilot vice president of product, in a prepared statement. “We are very excited to have Scott on board, working with us and GovPilot customers around the country.”
The opening of a second office in Manasquan is due in part to the growth GovPilot experienced in the past year as local governments across the country “have embraced cloud-based digital transformation as a way to generate significant increases in efficiency and productivity that have a positive impact on local budgets, services, and constituent experience,” an announcement said.
GovPilot has been named a GovTech 100 company for four consecutive years.