Sandy City, UT Shares How It’s Using Low-Code Development to Take Services Online Fast

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Sandy City, UT is committed to enabling online citizen self-service and streamlining its back-end workflows by integrating its disparate systems. When COVID-19 disrupted its City—and the world—the pressure was on to migrate services online fast.

Watch our most recent webinar and hear from Teako Warfield-Graham, Sandy City Web Developer, and Eric Richards, Sandy City Communication Director, about how the City is leveraging our CivicOptimize® Productivity low-code, rapid application development software to build custom applications and integrations to address the needs of its staff and citizens. We’ll discuss how Sandy City is:

  • Taking paper-based efforts online, eliminating friction for citizens and staff, and enabling residents to stay safer-at-home
  • Streamlining citizen interactions with the City
  • Taking a mobile-first approach to citizens’ online experiences
  • Launching mobile apps without waiting for app store approvals


About Our Guest: Teako Warfield-Graham

Teako is a full-stack software developer specializing in web applications at Sandy City, Utah. Teako works in the Mayor's office handling digital initiatives as a part of a cross-disciplinary Communication team. Sandy City Communications runs its department "agency style" providing services to 18 internal departments. Teako actively works with the administration to bring the innovation and digital convenience enjoyed by the private sector to government services.

Teako is also a member of the CivicPlus® Client Advisory Board, which is comprised of seven of the nation’s leaders in public sector enterprise technology and civic engagement. As a collaborative partner with CivicPlus, Teako has worked with the CivicOptimize team to develop apps and use cases that assist Sandy City with continuing to improve citizen services.

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Your Host: Katrina Lewison

As the CivicPlus Vice President and General Manager for CivicOptimizeTM, Katrina focuses on ensuring CivicPlus’ integrated solutions evolve to meet the evolving needs of its clients. She applies her expertise in local government project management, ideation and innovation, process management, citizen engagement, and managed services to the leadership of CivicPlus’ CivicOptimize solution suite, helping communities across the nation utilize digital communication platforms to engage citizens. 

Katrina holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in International Relations from the United States Military Academy at West Point, a Master of Science Degree in Organizational Psychology and Leadership from Teacher’s College at Columbia University, and a Master of Science Degree in Public Policy Administration from the University of Missouri-St Louis. She has over 20 years of experience leading and facilitating groups, which she now applies in the local government space.