The City of Linwood Selects Spatial Data Logic

SOMERSET, NJ - March 2, 2022 - Spatial Data Logic welcomes the City of Linwood. Located in Atlantic County, the city was looking for a proven software solution that would streamline processes for its departments and increase transparency throughout the building.

With Spatial Data Logic, the City of Linwood is getting an all-inclusive solution built on 25 years of best practices. The municipality will be implementing SDL’s Construction, Code Enforcement, Land Use, Clerk and Pet Licensing solutions, replacing two separate software solutions with one interconnected system.

With its new software, Linwood will be able to streamline and automate permitting, OPRA requests, complaints, pet licensing, inspections, violations and other department processes. The city will also be able to work more collaboratively across departments and create a comprehensive view of property history. By opting for SDL Hosting, Linwood employees will also be able to access their work whether they are in the office or working from home. 

As part of its software license, the city can also take advantage of SDL’s mobile app and citizen platforms to further streamline operations. With SDL Mobile, inspectors, zoning and code enforcement officers can access property information and complete tasks in the field using a smartphone or tablet. And with SDL’s citizen-facing platforms, departments can choose to offer public access to property information and services online.

The Borough of Fort Lee Selects SDL

SOMERSET, NJ - February 28, 2022 - Spatial Data Logic welcomes the Borough of Fort Lee as our newest client. The borough will implement SDL’s Building, Land Use, Health and Fire Prevention modules to streamline and automate processes such as zoning applications, building permits, inspections, health licenses, certificates of occupancy and more. 

When looking for a new software provider, Fort Lee was looking for an interconnected solution that would increase transparency and collaboration throughout the building. Prior to implementing SDL, their Building, Land Use, Health and Fire Prevention departments were operating in silos, relying on 3 separate databases. With all of these departments now flowing through one system, the borough will have better visibility into property history, department activities, development projects and common complaints.  

Fort Lee is also looking forward to getting its inspectors equipped with SDL Mobile. SDL’s mobile app contains a variety of features that will help the borough’s Building, Land Use, Health and Fire Prevention access information and complete tasks in the field. For instance, inspectors will have access to property history including owner information, permit applications, past inspections, violations, planning/zoning applications and complaints. Additionally, inspectors can manage their daily schedules, get directions, send arrival notifications and complete inspections. Any actions taken in SDL mobile will automatically sync back to Fort Lee’s office staff, ensuring all parties have access to the latest information.

Fort Lee joins 28 other Bergen County clients and over 230 municipalities statewide who have used Spatial Data Logic’s software to streamline processes and move services online. We are thrilled to have Fort Lee as a client and look forward to helping the borough implement its new software!

The Borough of National Park Selects Spatial Data Logic

SOMERSET, NJ - February 23, 2022 - Spatial Data Logic welcomes the Borough of National Park to our growing list of clients! Located in Gloucester County, the borough has selected SDL’s municipal management software to help its Construction and Clerk departments work more efficiently and move processes online. 

Eager to eliminate paper processes and excel spreadsheets, National Park will benefit from an interconnected solution that will make it easier for the Clerk to search for information and respond to resident requests. The software will also make it easier for the Clerk to track and manage ORPA requests, complaints, licenses, permits and other applications. 

The borough is also looking forward to modernizing construction processes for its staff and community members. From online permitting to mobile inspections, SDL’s building module includes proven solutions that will streamline permit applications, plan reviews, inspections and make it easier to access information and complete tasks from the field.

National Park intends to activate SDL's citizen platforms to provide online access to department information and services to the public. While the Construction and Clerk offices have yet to decide which features will be available, some options may include online property searches, permit applications, plan submissions, OPRA requests, inspection requests and complaints.

“The Borough of National Park joins over 230 New Jersey municipalities who have utilized Spatial Data Logic’s software to create a more modern and accessible government, “said Jack Flood, Vice President of Operations at Spatial Data Logic. “We are thrilled to be working with National Park and look forward to helping them get started.”

The Borough of Monmouth Beach Selects Spatial Data Logic

SOMERSET, NJ - January 28, 2022 - Spatial Data Logic is excited to announce our newest client, the Borough of Monmouth Beach! The borough selected SDL’s software at the end of last year and will be utilizing SDL’s Construction, Code Enforcement, Land Use and Fire Prevention modules to modernize its department processes and enhance citizen services.

From increased transparency to better field capabilities, Monmouth Beach is getting an interconnected solution that will help each department work efficiently both in and out of the office. SDL’s solution includes tools that will streamline processes like inspections, zoning/planning applications, violations, 200 ft. offsets, and certificates of occupancy. It also offers an end-to-end electronic permitting and plan review solution that meets the requirements of New Jersey’s UCC permitting legislation.  

When working in the field, SDL Mobile will give Monmouth Beach’s inspectors access to owner information, inspection results, complaints and other property history from their smartphone or tablet. Additionally, inspectors can manage complaints, document work and complete service requests and inspections from the field. SDL’s platforms are all interconnected, meaning any information entered into SDL Mobile will automatically sync back to the borough’s office staff. 

With SDL’s citizen platforms, Monmouth Beach will also be able to provide convenient online access to information and services. Departments will have full control over which features they enable for the public, but options include permit/property searches, complaints, permit applications, inspection requests, zoning applications and more. The borough can also use SDL’s digital form builder to offer even more services online. 

The borough joins 22 other Monmouth County clients and over 230 municipalities state-wide who have used SDL’s municipal management software. We look forward to having them on board!

Egg Harbor Township Selects Spatial Data Logic

SOMERSET, NJ - January 26, 2022 - Spatial Data Logic welcomes Egg Harbor Township as our newest software client. Located in Atlantic County, Egg Harbor Township joins over 230 municipalities throughout the state of New Jersey, who have implemented SDL’s software to modernize processes and move services online.

Egg Harbor Township’s Building and Land Use departments will be implementing SDL’s software to streamline processes such as planning & zoning applications, permitting, inspections, and plan reviews. The departments are also looking forward to an interconnected solution that will make it easier to share information internally and collaborate on development projects.

With SDL Mobile, town inspectors will benefit from enhanced field capabilities including onsite access to owner information, permits, inspections, violations, planning/zoning applications and more. Additionally, inspectors will be able to view their daily schedules, get directions, send arrival notifications and document worksites from their smartphone or tablet. Any tasks or information entered into SDL Mobile will automatically sync back to Egg Harbor Township's office staff.

Egg Harbor Township is also eager to launch its citizen portal and bring its development departments online. With the SDL Portal, the township will be able to provide online access to department information and services for its 47,000+ residents including access to permit information, property history, zoning applications, building permit applications and inspections requests. Each department will have full control over which information and services are made available to the public.

 “When municipalities modernize, everyone benefits,” said Jack Flood, Vice President of Operations at Spatial Data Logic. “We are excited to help Egg Harbor Township streamline their development processes for their staff and community members.”

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