Productive Parks Dashboard

Maintenance Management Software for Parks and Recreation

Cloud based Work Orders, Tasks, Labor Tracking, Inspections and a lot more.





Why Choose Productive Parks?

  • Built from the ground up specifically for Parks and Recreation
  • Cloud based software requires no costly server hardware on your site
  • Full featured tasks and labor tracking, work orders, inspections, reporting and more
  • Lightweight & powerful software runs on any internet enabled desktop, tablet or mobile device


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News & Updates

Benefits and Limitations of Dashboard Software in Parks and Recreation

The use of Dashboarding software use in the Parks and Recreation field has risen sharply over the last several years. If you aren’t familiar with dashboarding software, it is software that can present numerous data points at once in a single display. You can think of it as being similar to the dashboard in a vehicle, which displays such important points as the speed at which the car is traveling, how much gas is in the tank and so forth. In the Parks and Recreation field, dashboarding software can be particularly helpful. However, it also has potential pitfalls.

Understanding your true Asset Load

There are many different issues and tasks to juggle in the Parks and Recreation industry. Working in the field does not simply require a love of the outdoors or ability to relate well to people. You also need to constantly stay informed and on top of the upkeep and management of whatever properties or facilities are in your care. One way you can do that is by consistently keeping track of your asset loads.

The Parks and Recreation Digital Paper Trail

You have probably heard the term “paper trail” many times over the years. It originated back in the “old” days before computers were widely used and everything was tracked on paper. The idea of a paper trail was to use paperwork like breadcrumbs. Each one referenced a previous one. In that way, people could track how all sorts of processes progressed over time.

Today, we more commonly use the term “digital paper trail” to describe this process because most information is stored on computers. Here is a closer look at digital paper trails and their advantages.