SDL Welcomes Charles Pierson

Spatial Data Logic is pleased to announce that Charles Pierson has joined our team as a Tier 2 Support lead. 

Charlie brings an extensive government technology and customer service background. Prior to joining SDL, he worked as an IT Specialist at the New Jersey DCA for over 18 years where he was well known within the building community for transitioning, training, supporting and developing resources for the 150+ municipalities that relied on PermitsNJ.   

In addition to assisting with new client deployments, Charlie will play an instrumental role in introducing our online plan review application and ensuring our clients have the necessary training, support and resources for all of our building solutions. 

We are excited to have Charlie on board and hope you will join us in welcoming him!

Franklin Lakes Selects SDL Enterprise License

SOMERSET, NJ – November 16, 2020 – Spatial Data Logic is excited to begin working with our newest client, the Borough of Franklin Lakes. Franklin Lakes is one of 23 municipalities throughout Bergen County that have chosen SDL to streamline and automate their workflows, enhance municipal-wide visibility and help get their borough online. 

Franklin Lakes will be deploying SDL's software for use by their Clerk and Pet Licensing staff. Their users will benefit from SDL's full suite of products including our municipal and citizen-facing platforms, such as SDL Desktop, SDL Portal and SDL Citizen. 

Franklin Lakes joins over 190 municipalities across the state of New Jersey who have benefitted from a municipal-wide interconnected solution. To learn more about Spatial Data Logic and our services, contact us or join us virtually at this week's New Jersey League of Municipalities conference where we will be exhibiting Monday through Friday and hosting an exhibitor learning session on Tuesday, November 17 at 12:30.

Stafford Selects SDL Enterprise License

SOMERSET, NJ – October 5, 2020 – Spatial Data Logic is excited to welcome our newest client, Stafford Township, of Ocean County. Stafford joins number of municipalities that have chosen SDL for their Construction offices over the past several months, and will also be deploying the software for the Code Enforcement and Land Use departments. 

By choosing SDL's Enterprise License, Stafford 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 Stafford will benefit from the software innovations and enhancements that SDL has pushed out to help municipalities address some of the new challenges that arose from the pandemic, such as a fully integrated remote inspection tool, online plan review tools and additional customization options for our online permitting requests.

Stafford joins over 20 other towns who have been successfully onboarded over the past several 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 Stafford and assisting with serving their municipal staff, residents and businesses.

Rutgers University Selects SDL Enterprise License

SOMERSET, NJ – October 2, 2020 – Spatial Data Logic is thrilled to announce our newest client, Rutgers University! 

Rutgers University is the oldest public university in the state of New Jersey, serving over 71,000 students across multiple campuses. Unlike traditional building processes that require municipal involvement and oversight, Rutgers was granted a Memorandum of Understanding by the NJDCA allowing the university to manage all construction reviews and permitting in-house.

By opting to use Spatial Data Logic’s Construction software, the Office of Codes and Standards will be able to streamline the building permits, plan reviews, inspections and state reporting across their campuses. SDL Mobile will also make it easy for their inspectors to access information in the field and document worksites with photos and notes.

This relationship marks the first non-municipal partnership for Spatial Data Logic and demonstrates our ability to adapt our software to meet the growing needs within the state of New Jersey. 

We look forward to working with Rutgers University!

Closter Selects SDL Enterprise License

SOMERSET, NJ – September 29, 2020 – Spatial Data Logic is excited to welcome our newest client, the Borough of Closter, of Bergen County. Closter joins the growing list of Bergen County municipalities that use SDL to streamline workflows, enhance visibility and deliver online services for residents. 

By choosing SDL's Enterprise License for use throughout many of their departments, Closter will now have access to all of SDL's platforms including SDL Desktop, SDL Mobile, SDL Portal, SDL Citizen and the new SDL Online. In addition, new clients like Closter will benefit from the software innovations and enhancements that SDL has pushed out to help municipalities address some of the new challenges that arose from the pandemic, such as a fully integrated remote inspection tool, online plan review tools and additional customization options for our online permitting requests.

Closter joins 20 other towns who have been successfully onboarded over the past several 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.

At this time, Closter is deploying the SDL software within their Building, Code Enforcement and Fire Prevention offices. We look forward to working with Closter and assisting with serving their municipal staff, residents and businesses.

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