A partnership that aims to improve public sector productivity 

SOMERSET, New Jersey, Jan. 10, 2024 – Spatial Data Logic (SDL), a leading provider of municipal management software, announced the expansion of its partnership with Google Public Sector.  For the past decade, SDL has offered local government customers both a hosted and SaaS solution exclusively powered by Google Cloud. Today, SDL serves more than 250 agencies supporting more than 5 million citizens, with solutions backed by secure and scalable cloud technology.

Bryan Proctor, CEO of SDL said, “We are thrilled to partner with Google Public Sector for this next chapter of growth. Google’s DNA of innovation and the work it is leading in artificial intelligence, coupled with Google Public Sector’s enthusiasm to help us accelerate our out-of-state expansion strategy, makes this an exciting time for our company and the customers we serve, both presently and into the future.”

SDL will work in collaboration with Google Public Sector to integrate various next-gen technologies including the Vertex AI Platform, Document AI, key analytics products such as BigQuery, Looker and more, with SDL solutions. These integrations help further SDL’s goal of automating public workflows, managing complex information online, and helping citizens navigate government processes. 

This partnership will help government staff become more effective in managing various services such as licensing, registrations, complaints, permitting, and inspections. Rather than manually entering details of each new request, services are now online for self-service. 

Brent Mitchell, Vice President, U.S. State & Local Government and Education at Google Public Sector said, “SDL’s mission to bridge the gap between municipalities and constituents is inspiring. Through this partnership, SDL will leverage Google Cloud’s technology to streamline workflows and improve citizen engagement and interaction.”

Citizens can also interact with government staff through advanced chat functionality if a question arises, providing a familiar way for citizens to interact with their local government, encouraging engagement and improving satisfaction and trust.

SDL, leveraging Google Cloud’s technologies, will work to expand adoption across the United States, utilizing its strong track record in New Jersey, as well as Google Cloud’s Public Sector Partner Ecosystem and the Google Cloud Marketplace. 

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Spatial Data Logic is a leading provider of municipal management software. Built on 25 years of best practices, Spatial Data Logic’s software streamlines municipal operations, increases transparency between departments and enhances citizen services. Headquartered in Somerset, New Jersey, Spatial Data Logic serves over 230 government agencies and 5 million citizens. 

The Township of Mahwah Selects SDL

August 3, 2023 - SOMERSET, NJ - Spatial Data Logic (SDL) is thrilled to welcome our newest software client, the Township of Mahwah! Located in Bergen County, New Jersey, the township will be implementing SDL’s Construction, Code Enforcement, Engineering, Land Use and Fire Prevention modules to unify its departments under one platform.

SDL offers a comprehensive municipal management software solution that will facilitate seamless collaboration and information sharing across Mahwah’s departments. The software will also help each department streamline various municipal processes including applications, permitting, licensing, certificates, plan reviews, violations, inspections, invoicing, and reporting. 

Mahwah’s Construction Office is particularly looking forward to having an end-to-end permitting and plan review solution to comply with New Jersey’s recent UCC legislation. Residents will soon have the opportunity to submit permit applications, plans and inspection requests online. Once submitted, Mahwah’s staff will manage the requests electronically, utilizing SDL’s software for efficient reviews and approvals. The platform will also enable real-time information exchanges with applicants, streamlining communication and reducing the need for calls. 

We look forward to helping the Township of Mahwah get started with its new software!

The Township of Lopatcong Selects SDL

August 1, 2023 - SOMERSET, NJ - Spatial Data Logic (SDL) is excited to welcome our newest software client, the Township of Lopatcong. With its new software, the township has an interconnected solution to optimize various code enforcement and land use processes, including inspections, violations, reporting, case management, and more!

For Lopatcong’s inspectors, this also means having on-site access to property and other pertinent information though SDL’s mobile app. Inspectors can use the app to view their daily schedules, get directions, send arrival notifications, manage complaints, access codes, and conduct inspections efficiently from the field. Additionally, for the inspectors who work across multiple municipalities, SDL will enable them to efficiently manage all of their tasks through the app simply by switching between their different town accounts.

Additionally, should Lopatcong’s staff choose to activate their SDL Portal, citizens will benefit from a digital extension of the town’s building, providing a user-friendly platform for the public to search for information, submit applications and track the status of their requests online at any time.

We look forward to helping Lopatcong Township bring their processes online!

The Borough of Farmingdale Selects SDL

July 18, 2023 - SOMERSET, NJ - Spatial Data Logic (SDL) is pleased to welcome the Borough of Farmingdale as a client. Located in Monmouth County, New Jersey, the borough will be implementing SDL’s Construction, Land Use, and Code Enforcement modules to break away from paper-based processes. 

Farmingdale’s leadership is excited to help modernize processes for its staff, who have traditionally relied on paper to manage its construction, land use and code enforcement processes. In addition to better transparency and efficiency, SDL’s software will make it easier for the borough to manage its planning and zoning applications, permit applications, plan reviews, boards, inspections, property registrations and other development processes. Additionally, with SDL’s mobile app, inspectors can access property history, schedules, applications, statutes, and conduct inspections directly from the field using a smartphone or tablet. 

In the future, Farmingdale can also choose to activate SDL’s citizen-facing portal to further modernize processes for its residents. The SDL Portal provides online services such as zoning applications, building permit applications, issue reporting, landlord registrations, property claims, inspection requests and more. It also enables users to search for property and permit information, and track the progress of their applications and requests online. 

We look forward to helping the Borough of Farmingdale Township modernize and embrace digital processes!

The New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority Selects SDL

July 20, 2023 - SOMERSET, NJ - Spatial Data Logic is excited to welcome its newest software client, the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority! The NJSEA’s Land Use Management division will be utilizing SDL’s Construction and Land Use software to oversee various construction and land use processes for municipalities that fall within the Meadowlands District. Those municipalities include Carlstadt, East Rutherford, Little Ferry, Lyndhurst, Moonachie, North Arlington, Ridgefield, Rutherford, South Hackensack, Teterboro, Jersey City, Kearny, North Bergen and Secaucus. By utilizing SDL’s software, the division aims to modernize processes for its staff, streamline communication for the municipalities in its district, and improve services for applicants.

The NJSEA is responsible for reviewing various construction plans, specifications and details to ensure UCC compliance for any new construction, alterations and renovations for buildings that fall within its purview. It also oversees other land use regulations in the Meadowlands District such as planning, zoning, redevelopment and floodplain management. Working alongside the local municipality, they make sure all necessary steps have been completed including application approvals, plan reviews, fee collections, certificates of plan release, inspections, and certificates of completion/occupancy approval.

Historically, the NJSEA’s Land Use Management division has accepted land use/zoning and construction code plan review applications via email, while fees needed to be physically mailed or dropped off during designated office hours. With SDL’s electronic permitting and plan review software, applicants will be able to submit applications, plans and payments online. Meanwhile, staff members will benefit from a comprehensive software solution that enables them to electronically process, manage and track applications, plan reviews, payments, inspections, certificates and other related tasks.

The software will also make it easier for the NJSEA to share information with the local construction office, many of which are already SDL software users. Instead of emailing application packets to the municipality or putting the onus back on the applicant, the NJSEA will be able to associate applications, plans and inspection results with the property. This will enable municipalities that use SDL’s software to see where an application stands before continuing with plan reviews, inspections, fee collections or certificate issuance.

To assist with inspections, the NJSEA can take advantage of SDL’s mobile application. SDL Mobile offers convenient access to property history, statutes, applications, checklists and other information when completing inspections and other tasks in the field. Should the division choose to utilize the app, it will enable their inspectors to work more efficiently and stay in better communication with their office staff.

Furthermore, the NJSEA intends to leverage SDL’s unlimited digital form builder to transition even more of its paper-based processes online. By utilizing SDL Forms, the division can digitize its paper forms while incorporating advanced features and workflows like electronic signatures, document uploads, electronic payments, inspection processes, renewal processes and more.

We look forward to helping the NJSEA get started with its new software!