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Pittsburgh Selects POSSE Land Management System

Thursday, November 30, 2017

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Source : Computronix

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Computronix is pleased to announce that the City of Pittsburgh has chosen POSSE Land Management System (LMS) as an enterprise-wide software solution to manage planning, permitting, inspections, electronic plan review and licensing. Pittsburgh is a city rich in over 250 years of history, with a metropolitan population of 2.4 million, placing it as the 26th-largest metro area in the United States, and the 9th largest on the east coast. The City selected POSSE LMS following an RFP and a three-tiered selection process that included the departments of Public Works, Innovation and Performance, Public Works, Management & Budget and Planning & Zoning.

POSSE LMS will be used by several departments of the City, including Planning, Permits Licenses and Inspections (PLI), Public Works (PW), Finance and the Bureau of Fire.

The system will be implemented in phases and will transition the City to fully online and web-based end-to-end workflows that are designed to increase efficiencies, reduce backlogs and improve service to the public. "After evaluating the solutions available, we determined that POSSE LMS will be the most effective solution for the City of Pittsburgh," said Lee Haller - Director of Innovation & Performance. "Selecting a company with a quality product and proven track record of successfully implemented projects were important considerations for us and Computronix was ranked highly in both regards."

The City of Pittsburgh's decision to select the POSSE solution will mark the third major Client for Computronix in the State of Pennsylvania, joining the City of Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.

"We're very pleased to be welcoming the City of Pittsburgh to our list of valued Clients," said Gord Meeberg - VP Business Development. "Implementing streamlined, fully integrated workflow solutions for government is our core competency and we're committed to providing Pittsburgh City staff and the customers they serve with a consolidated platform for streamlining transactions and improving service delivery."

Established in 1979, Computronix has consistently fulfilled its mission to provide excellent software and outstanding service to its customers, proving its role as the North American expert in innovative regulatory and e-government software solutions. To date, POSSE government customers have won more than 20 national and international awards for business transformation and improved customer and public service.

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