Little Ferry Selects SDL Enterprise License

SOMERSET, NJ – December 15, 2020 – The Borough of Little Ferry has recently selected Spatial Data Logic to streamline and automate processes within their Construction Department. Little Ferry joins a number of Bergen County municipalities who have opted to switch to SDL for use within their municipality. Little Ferry opted to use Spatial Data Logic as a replacement for PermitsNJ, following the announcement that it would be decommissioned. 

With SDL's municipal-wide solution, Little Ferry will have access to all platforms and department modules that SDL has to offer. This includes SDL Desktop, SDL Mobile, SDL Portal, SDL Citizen, SDL Online and SDL Sites, which each play a unique role in helping Construction departments with Inspections, Permitting, Plan Reviews, Reporting and offering online services to the public.

This year alone, Spatial Data Logic has onboarded over 30 municipalities throughout New Jersey, bringing the total municipalities served to over 200 across the state. We are thrilled to begin working with Little Ferry and look forward to getting their Construction Department onboarded.

Spotswood Selects SDL Enterprise License

SOMERSET, NJ – December 8, 2020 – Spatial Data Logic welcomes our newest client, the Borough of Spotswood. Spotswood, located in Middlesex County, will be using SDL software in their Construction office. SDL offers a full Construction solution that streamlines and automates processes such as Inspections, Permitting, Plan Reviews and Reporting. 

Spotswood's Construction department will have access to all six of our platforms, primarily the three municipal solutions: SDL Desktop, SDL Mobile and SDL Online. Meanwhile, citizens can stand to benefit from SDL Portal, SDL Citizen and SDL Sites, should Spotswood choose to activate those features.

Spotswood joins over 1/3 of the state of NJ who has chosen to partner with SDL. We are thrilled to begin working with Spotswood and look forward to assisting their municipal body, local businesses and residents.

Avon by the Sea Selects SDL Enterprise License

SOMERSET, NJ – December 7, 2020 – Spatial Data Logic is excited to welcome our newest client, Monmouth County's Avon by the Sea. Avon will be deploying the SDL software within their Construction and Fire Prevention offices.

By choosing SDL's Enterprise License, Avon will now have access to SDL Desktop, SDL Mobile, SDL Portal, SDL Citizen and SDL Online to help streamline workflows, enhance visibility and deliver online services for residents. In addition, new clients like Avon will benefit from the construction innovations and software enhancements that SDL has pushed out to help municipalities address some of the new challenges faced this year, such as a fully integrated remote inspection tool, online plan review tools and additional customization options for our online permitting requests.

Avon joins the two dozen towns who have chosen SDL for their municipality over the past 9 months. Spatial Data Logic has strived to provide a seamless on-boarding experience for new clients during the present climate, including online installations, virtual training sessions and remote support sessions. We look forward to working with Avon and assisting with serving their municipal staff, residents and businesses.

Lakewood Selects SDL Enterprise License

SOMERSET, NJ – November 24, 2020 – Spatial Data Logic is excited to welcome our newest client, the Township of Lakewood, of Ocean County. In addition to deploying SDL's Clerk and Pet Licensing modules, Lakewood joins the growing number of towns who have decided to take advantage of our Hosting environment.

With SDL Hosting, Lakewood will not need to rely on or maintain an in-house server, and will be able to access their software from any browser. Our hosted solution shifts the responsibility of server management away from IT and helps ensure that your staff is using the latest version of the software. In addition to our hosting benefits, Lakewood will now have access to all the SDL platforms and functionality to help streamline workflows, enhance visibility and deliver online services for residents. 

Lakewood joins 7 Ocean County municipalities to come online with SDL this year, and the 30 plus municipalities state-wide. Spatial Data Logic has strived to provide a seamless on-boarding experience for new clients during the present climate, including online installations, virtual training sessions and remote support sessions. We look forward to working with Lakewood and assisting with serving their municipal staff, residents and businesses.

Paterson Expands SDL Enterprise Agreement

SOMERSET, NJ – November 23, 2020 – Spatial Data Logic is excited to expand our work with the City of Paterson. Paterson, located in Passaic County, deployed SDL for their Health Department in 2019. The city will now implement the software in their Construction, Code Enforcement and Land Use offices as well.

These new departments will benefit from access to SDL's six platforms, including SDL Desktop, SDL Mobile, SDL Portal, SDL Citizen and SDL Online. In addition, SDL has recently released a number of new tools to assist towns with the unique challenges coming out of 2020. Some of the features to benefit these new departments specifically include our Remote Inspection feature, two electronic plan review tools and enhanced online permitting capabilities. 

We are excited to continue our relationship with Paterson and look forward to better serving their communities.

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