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Open Place Directories

Our open directory platform makes it simpler for local users to publish and find assured community services.

Open Place Directories

Now you can easily create open place directories of local services that classify, assure and feed open services data into your customer applications. Provide fast support for social prescribing and other local initiatives. And make it easier for service providers and volunteers to submit and maintain their records online, in a single trusted open place.

Key Features

  • Mobile responsive solution, co-developed with local authorities
  • Permission roles include Volunteer Data Provider, Service Provider and Assurer
  • Easily search existing services and submit new service data
  • Easily create and submit services by uploading leaflet images
  • Assurers validate services submitted by volunteers prior to publication
  • Workflow and dashboards support workload management for Assurers and Providers
  • Easily tag services, to make searching and filtering more effective
  • Meets LGA Data Standards for assurance and consistency across boundaries
  • Open API integrates with other open standards platforms and applications
  • Assurers and Providers can exchange messages to support quality assurance

Key Benefits

  • Reduced costs by collecting, tagging and assuring data once
  • Improved data quality by focusing resources on data assurance
  • Open data removes the need for public sector to develop new apps
  • LGA standards remove AQ issues with data quality and duplication
  • Captures management information of supply, demand and effectiveness
  • Provides cost-effective, scalable solution for all local places
  • Frontline benefits and efficiencies, reliable data available to many applications
  • Improve citizen outcomes by stimulating the market for digital signposting
  • Targeted help and personalise self-service with higher quality service data
  • Reduce statutory services demand, encouraging earlier access to support services

We need an open ecosystem of services, rather than a monolithic platform trapped inside one organisation.

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