Spring Lake, Spring Lake Heights, Brielle and Sea Girt Select SDL Enterprise License

SOMERSET, NJ – April 29, 2021 – Spatial Data Logic is excited to welcome our newest clients, Spring Lake Borough, the Borough of Spring Lake Heights, Brielle and Sea Girt, all of Monmouth County. All four municipalities have signed on with SDL under one agreement, taking advantage of our shared service options for their Building and Land Use offices.

Spatial Data Logic offers two different shared service options for municipalities to take under consideration. For municipalities that share department services, Spatial Data Logic offers a special agreement that allows licensing to be used in up to five towns. Municipalities can also pool resources to purchase and share software licenses; by doing this they are able to purchase a larger number of licenses, allowing them to extend the software to more departments and secure a greater cost savings. For more information on our shared service software opportunities, click here.

As a part of their agreement, Spring Lake, Spring Lake Heights, Brielle and Sea Girt will have access to all of our department modules and platforms, including SDL Desktop, SDL Mobile, SDL Portal, SDL Citizen and SDL Online. The municipalities have also chosen to move forward with SDL Hosting, eliminating the need for on premise servers and providing users with the ability to remotely access the software.

We look forward to working with Spring Lake, Spring Lake Heights, Brielle and Sea Girt, and assisting with the implementation of their software and new citizen platforms.

Old Bridge Selects SDL Enterprise License

SOMERSET, NJ – March 31, 2021 – Spatial Data Logic welcomes Old Bridge Township as our newest client! Located in Middlesex County, Old Bridge has selected SDL’s software to streamline and automate workflows for their Community Development departments. 

As a client of SDL, the township will benefit from an interconnected solution that provides enhanced field capabilities and helps them offer services online. By moving all of their development departments under one provider, their Building, Zoning and Code Enforcement departments will be linked together and can easily share information and collaborate on projects. In the future, Old Bridge can use SDL’s Citizen platforms to extend access to town information and offer services such as permit applications, complaints, inspection requests and more.

When out in the field, SDL Mobile will help their staff access property information, their daily schedules, statutes and complete inspections. Inspectors can document their findings with photos and notes and all of that information will sync back in real-time to their office staff. 

Old Bridge joins over 200 NJ clients that have trusted Spatial Data Logic to help manage their municipality. We are excited to help them get started!

The Bernards Township Health Department has a new website!

Following the successful launch of their municipal website last fall,  Bernards Township once again opted for SDLSites when looking to redesign their Health Department website.

The new health department website launched this month and offers visitors a new, user-friendly interface where they can find contact information, applications, programs & clinics, emergency resources and other pertinent health information. Residents of Bernardsville Borough, Chester Borough, Long Hill Township and Peapack and Gladstone Borough will also benefit from the newly redesigned website, as Bernards Township serves as the Public Health agency for those municipalities as well. 

The township has had nothing but positive things to say about their choice to use SDL Sites. “It was a pleasure working with SDL on the new design and launch of our Township’s website.  Their support team walked us step by step through the process, explaining every detail from planning to implementation.  The platform is easy to use and department staff are able to manage their own page content,” said Jennifer Gander, Director of Parks & Recreation for Bernards Township. “I would highly recommend using SDL Sites to update your municipal website.  Your residents will thank you!”

To view their newly launched site, visit: www.bernardshealth.org.

Mount Laurel Selects SDL Enterprise License

SOMERSET, NJ – February 2, 2021 – Spatial Data Logic is excited to welcome one of our newest clients, The Township of Mount Laurel, of Burlington County. Mount Laurel has selected SDL for their Construction, Code Enforcement and Land Use offices, which will all now have the opportunity to utilize SDL's 6 platforms.

With SDL Desktop, SDL Mobile and SDL Online, their municipal users will be able to streamline their daily workflows and increase transparency between their departments and field staff. Additionally, the township will have the option to activate any of SDL's 3 citizen-facing platforms to provide a convenient way for users to access town information, submit requests, schedule inspections, lodge complaints and monitor the progress of their requests, 24/7. 

As the pandemic continues, SDL remains committed to helping municipalities to modernize, get services online and keep critical processes in motion. Our deployment team has successfully onboarded clients virtually by means of remote installations, virtual training and LogMeIn support sessions.

We look forward to serving Mount Laurel and providing an interconnected solution that will benefit their departments, elected officials and community members!

Paramus Selects SDL Enterprise License

SOMERSET, NJ – January 6, 2021 – Spatial Data Logic is excited to welcome our newest client, The Borough of Paramus. Paramus joins over two dozen other Bergen County municipalities who have chosen to come on board with the SDL's municipal management software.

Paramus has selected SDL for their Construction and Land Use offices, and will have the opportunity to take advantage of all 6 SDL platforms. Our 6 platforms, SDL Desktop, SDL Portal, SDL Mobile, SDL Online, SDL Citizen and SDL Sites, are designed to help municipal users streamline their daily workflows, while uniting elected officials, department staff and community members through one interconnected solution.

As 2021 begins, SDL continues to onboard clients virtually by means of remote installations, virtual trainings and LogMeIn support sessions. Over the course of last year, SDL was able to successfully onboard 37 new clients while keeping our staff and municipal users safe.

We look forward to working with Paramus and to helping them get started!