Data Management & Analytics
Overall Rank: 453
Category: Data Management & Analytics
Category Rank: 94
Cartegraph builds safer, more resilient and sustainable communities through better stewardship of buildings and infrastructure. They offer powerful, intuitive SaaS solutions that help government agencies, higher education institutions and private companies manage their physical assets and associated operations. With Cartegraph software, users optimize the life of their infrastructure, deploy maintenance resources efficiently and increase productivity to drive high-performance operations.
Allows clients to know what they have, where it’s located, and what condition it’s in. Perform inspections, add notes, and attach photos from the field.
A better way to manage work orders. Create, assign, schedule, and complete tasks from anywhere.
Labor, equipment, materials, and more: track the resources used for every task—and use that data to know how time and money are being spent.
Organize service requests, improve response times, and communicate with citizens.
Budget and plan for the future. Maximizing the life of assets and building capital improvement plans.
Simple, scalable web-based right-of-way permitting solution for cities and counties.
Map assignable spaces, calculate capacity, and measure the utilization of all facilities.
Property Portfolio Management
Visualize properties, analyze scenarios, and make smarter decisions.
Create custom in-app guides, walkthroughs, and notifications to streamline onboarding and help train your crews.
Streamline road maintenance, monitor costs, and extend the life of a clients street and roadway network.
Built on MUTCD standards, inventory and map all signs, build maintenance programs, and comply with FHWA mandates.
Inventory your culvert assets, meet compliance, and prioritize all repairs, rehabilitations, and replacements.
Build preventative maintenance plans, track fuel and repair costs, and justify budget requests with cold, hard data.
Playground Equipment Management
Map your playground components, streamline maintenance and inspections, and achieve CPSC and NPSI compliance.
Sidewalk & ADA Ramp Management
Inventory and maintain sidewalk segments and ADA ramps, document inspections, and spend smarter.
Inventory and appraise trees, streamline work, mitigate risk, monitor costs, and build data-driven forestry programs.
Build data-driven cemetery operations by mapping grave plots, documenting burial records, and tracking maintenance costs.
Josh Mallamud, Chief Executive Officer
Josh Mallamud is the Chief Executive Officer of Cartegraph, which he joined in 2018. Previously, Mallamud was a Senior Vice President of Corporate Development & Strategic Partnerships at DialogTech. Earlier in his career he worked with Wavetable Labs as a Chief Operating Officer. Mallamud earned an MBA from IESE Business School and an Undergraduate Degree in Economics from Duke University.
Drew Dingman, Chief Financial Officer
Drew Dingman is the Chief Financial Officer of Cartegraph. Before joining Cartegraph, Dingman was a Vice President of finance at Verint and before that a vice president of finance at OpinionLab, A Verint Company. Earlier in his career he worked with Carlson as a manager of internal audit.
Dingman is a finance executive with extensive experience in driving repeatable, strategic growth through financial reporting, analysis, diligence, compliance and consultancy. His focus is on high-growth, emerging technology markets, leading and enabling enterprises with data-driven decision-making tools and analysis. He has extensive M&A experience, both sell-side and post-purchase integration. Dingman led the sell-side diligence on $1.5B of acquisitions, both into and out of PE. He hasanaged numerous buy-side finance diligence transactions in a variety of industries.
He has managed multi-site, multinational Accounting and Finance teams, implementing best practices, compliance and reporting processes and developing insightful financial reporting. Dingman has experience with Intacct, OpenAir, Great Plains, Salesforce, Oracle, Peoplesoft, and Tableau. Dingman graduated from Wisconsin School of Business with an undergraduate degree in accounting and information science.
“We have a half-billion dollars’ worth of infrastructure and it’s my job to protect that investment. I need to know what condition it’s in and what needs to be repaired.” – Greg Humora, City Manager, City of La Mesa, CA
“It used to take a half an hour or more to hand out daily assignments. Now, the crews come in, the foremen already have their tasks lined up in the iPads, and they’re off.” – Kristen Steach, Asset Manager, City of Kingsport, TN
“By understanding the space we have and the condition it’s in, we make smarter decisions about how to use our facilities.” – Carol Crutchfield, Planning Coordinator, Beaufort County School District
“We have to be considerate with the tax dollars coming our way. It’s incumbent on us to spend that money the right way.” – Mike Skibbe, Director of Public Works, Village of Buffalo Grove, IL