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December 5th, 2019
DigEplan Integrates Electronic Plan Review to Cityworks Platform

DigEplan, a leading integrated electronic plan review solution, and GIS-centric public asset management solution firm, Cityworks have worked to combine platforms, bringing Cityworks customers the powerful functionality of an integrated tool for electronic plan review.

Announcing the joint venture at the Cityworks Conference in Salt Lake City, December 4 – 6th, Cityworks PLL (permits, licensing and land) customers will be able to see DigEplan in action.

“DigEplan’s integration into Cityworks PLL, furthers our goal to creating one platform that enables planning officials to simplify and automate plan review workflows, improving service levels to applicants and eradicating paper,” said George Mastakas, Cityworks.

“We have been impressed with the breath of functionality in DigEplan, providing users with all the tools needed to support electronic submissions and review. DigEplan’s drive to enhance our Cityworks platform offering, is aligned to our strategic vision to improve efficiencies for our public sector customers,” added George.

Cityworks is a powerful, flexible and affordable GIS-centric public asset management solution for local government and utility agencies. Supporting more than 700 organizations in the USA and globally, Cityworks enables public sector departments to work smarter.

DigEplan is fully integrated into the Cityworks platform. This enables planning and building departments to eradicate paper, enhance collaboration, and streamline the plan review processes directly from Cityworks screens and workflows.

“Cityworks joins our growing platform integration community, which now has more than 20 members. Our customers have told us that DigEplan adds such incredible value because of the focus we put into maximizing the investment they have already made in their government platforms,” explained Jason Matthews, DigEplan.

“DigEplan also provides dazzling performance and a rich set of plan review features that removes wasted triage and processing time and unnecessary desktop-based plan review inefficiencies and complexities. Cost-effective, DigEplan is cloud-based delivering the flexibilities of scale and simple integration,” added Jason.

DigEplan is trusted by more than 100 cities and counties across three continents. For more information about DigEplan: www.DigEplan.com