Spatial Data Logic Named A GovTech 100 Company

We are thrilled to announce that Spatial Data Logic (SDL) has been named a GovTech 100 company. Each year Government Technology Magazine recognizes 100 companies that make a difference in state and local government. This year’s list is particularly noteworthy, as it also spotlights companies that have helped government organizations respond to the pandemic through the implementation of innovative technology.  

“In 2020, state and local governments faced a whole host of new and unforeseen challenges that accelerated the need for digital adoption. As a company, we focused on innovation and helping municipalities pivot to offer services online and keep critical processes in motion,” said Jack Flood, Vice President of Spatial Data Logic. “We are honored to be recognized for our efforts.”

For the past 24 years, Spatial Data Logic’s municipal management software has helped over 200 New Jersey local governments to streamline and automate processes, increase visibility between departments and deliver online services for residents. We offer full department solutions including permitting, inspections, OPRA requests, service requests, complaint management, pet licensing, property management and more. 

In March, SDL transitioned all operations to be fully virtual including all deployments, support, client meetings and training sessions. We focused on innovation, developing new and enhanced tools to help municipalities address the unique challenges resulting from the pandemic. One such example is Spatial Data Logic’s remote inspection feature which allows inspectors to safely complete virtual inspections from their web browser. 

“The pandemic has opened the door for local governments to explore innovative technologies that will enable their staff to work safely and efficiently while better serving their constituents.” said Jack Flood. “We are excited to be a part of the digital evolution in local government and we thank our staff, our clients and Government Technology Magazine for this recognition.” 

To see the full list of 2021 GovTech 100 honorees, visit:


Freehold Borough Selects SDL Enterprise License

SOMERSET, NJ – December 22, 2020 – Spatial Data Logic welcomes our newest client, the Borough of Freehold, of Monmouth County. Freehold has chosen to implement SDL's software across their municipality, including for their Building, Code Enforcement, Land Use, Public Works, Clerk and Pet Licensing offices. 

As a part of their Enterprise License, Freehold Borough will have access to all six of our platforms, three municipal-centric solutions: SDL Desktop, SDL Mobile and SDL Online and three citizen-centric solutions: SDL Portal, SDL Citizen and SDL Sites. Municipal staff can benefit from access to these platforms while working from the office, in the field or remotely. Meanwhile, citizens can stand to benefit from their respective platforms from any computer or smart phone/tablet.

Freehold Borough joins over 1/3 of the state of New Jersey who has chosen to partner with SDL and over 30 municipalities who have been onboarded over the past year. We are thrilled to begin working with Freehold Borough and look forward to assisting their municipal body, local businesses and residents.

Pemberton Selects SDL Enterprise License

SOMERSET, NJ – December 21, 2020 – Spatial Data Logic is excited to welcome our newest client, Pemberton Township, located in Burlington County. Pemberton will be deploying SDL's software in many of their municipal offices, including the Construction, Land Use, Code Enforcement and Public Works departments. 

As part of their enterprise license, Pemberton will have access to all of SDL’s department modules and software platforms: SDL Desktop, SDL Portal, SDL Mobile, SDL Online, SDL Citizen and SDL Sites. Our 6 platforms are designed to help municipal users streamline their daily workflows, while uniting elected officials, department staff and community members through one interconnected solution.

With the ongoing pandemic, SDL continues to onboard clients virtually by means of remote installations, virtual trainings and LogMeIn support sessions. Over the course of the year, SDL has onboarded over 35 new clients while keeping our staff and municipal users safe.

We look forward to helping Pemberton get started!

Washington Township and Mansfield Select SDL Enterprise License

SOMERSET, NJ – December 18, 2020 – Spatial Data Logic is excited to welcome our newest clients, Washington Township (Morris County) and the Township of Mansfield (Warren County). Washington will be using the SDL Software in their Building, Code Enforcement, Land Use and Health offices, in addition to their shared service agreement with the Township of Mansfield. 

As a part of their agreement, Washington will have access to all of our department modules and platforms, including SDL Desktop, SDL Mobile, SDL Portal, SDL Citizen and SDL Online. Washington is specifically looking forward to increasing their citizen engagement and online services with the help of the SDL Portal. Because of their shared service agreement, Mansfield will also benefit from all of these tools and resources. 

If your municipality is interested in exploring shared services, you can work with Spatial Data Logic in one of two ways. 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.

We look forward to working with both Washington and Mansfield, and assisting with the implementation of their software and new citizen platforms.

For more information or to schedule a demo, click here

Rockleigh Selects SDL Enterprise License

SOMERSET, NJ – December 17, 2020 – Spatial Data Logic welcomes the Borough of Rockleigh, who has recently selected our software for their Construction Department. Rockleigh joins a list of 25 Bergen County municipalities who use Spatial Data Logic to streamline and automate processes within their municipality. 

This year the DCA announced the decommissioning of PermitsNJ. With SDL, Rockleigh will not only have access to our full permitting solution, they will also benefit from all of the platforms and tools that help Construction departments work efficiently. These additional platforms include SDL Desktop, SDL Mobile, SDL Portal, SDL Citizen, SDL Online and SDL Sites, all which play a unique role in helping Construction departments keep critical processes in motion whether they are in the office or out in the field.

Spatial Data Logic is excited to continue to help municipalities within the state of New Jersey and looks forward to having Rockleigh on board.