Performance & Analytics
In 2016, the Performance & Analytics Department developed the Customer Experience & Service Delivery (311) Roadmap. The department engaged City staff representing various departments and functions through information gathering sessions, interviews, and surveys. This process led to recommendations associated with Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software implementation, including estimated CRM software costs, phasing and staffing options.
In addition to the Roadmap, the Technology + Innovation team partnered with the Transportation & Storm Water Department and the Department of Information Technology to develop the Get It Done pilot project.
Launched June 2, 2016, Get It Done offers customers a streamlined web interface for reporting problems and a new mobile app. The pilot also enables the City to utilize CRM software to efficiently process incoming reports.
Valuable customer and employee feedback is being collected as part of the Get It Done pilot. This feedback will inform and shape the phased implementation of broader Technology + Innovation efforts.
Customer feedback highlights:
"Quick response to the traffic light. Thanks. Great Job, City of San Diego."
"I love the app. I'm so happy that I'm able to help out the city by notifying them of potential issues around the city."
"The reporting process was easy and the problem was dealt with quickly."
"Oh this app and the response is fantastic! I would've spent hours trying to get to the right department and even trying to find the right number to call via telephone or internet. The problem was taken care of so fast! Thank you."
"Very prompt and complete service. City Employee was very courteous, and well informed. Thank you for the excellent service."
"Thanks for the prompt response! The painting over of the graffiti was complete from one end of the fence to the other and not done just on the graffiti itself. Painting the fence completely is the correct way to obliterate the vandalism! Great job!"
The City has partnered with Waze as part of the Connected Citizens Program (CCP). This free, two-way data-sharing program allows the City to share planned road closure information with Waze. Waze, in return, shares anonymous data from Waze users (called Wazers).
This data sharing allows the City to make more informed, transportation, traffic operations, and infrastructure-related decisions. For residents and others using the Waze app, it provides greater control over travel plans, which can reduce congestion and commute times.
According to Waze, as of December 2016 San Diego has more than 235,000 active users per month, contributing hundreds of thousands of alerts per month.