Accela Automation and ProjectDox Demonstration Scheduled for Accela 2006 User Conference in August
Press release from the issuing company
SCOTTSDALE, Arizona — July 25, 2006 Informative Graphics Corporation (IGC), a leader in content visualization, secure publishing and collaboration technology, announced today that the company will work with Accela, Inc. to deliver its ProjectDox communication and collaboration software as an integrated electronic plan check and management solution for construction permitting.
A demonstration of this integrated solution is scheduled for city and county government customers and prospects at the Accela 2006 User Conference in San Diego in August, for which Informative Graphics is a Gold Sponsor.
“Combined with ProjectDox, Accela Automation raises the bar for web-based interaction between citizens and government employees for construction projects, and gives our customers exceptional control and flexibility with managing the permitting process,” said Maury Blackman, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Accela. “Leveraging our partnership allows us to deliver solutions that offer a broader vision of e-government”, he added.
“We're delighted to be partnered with Accela and working to deliver interoperability between our respective products,” said Ron Loback, Vice President of Sales at IGC. “Offering a full-featured electronic plan check system addresses a huge pain point for both local government personnel and construction principals. Accela is very proactive and we share the same commitment to best-of-breed solutions”, he added.
ProjectDox offers a number of short and long range benefits to city and county governments including:
* The software is purchased, not rented – no online service subscription fees
* ProjectDox is a web-based solution, users need only a browser
* Facilitates electronic plan submission and versioned resubmission
* Parallel/concurrent plan review by multiple departments with immediate notifications
* Support for customized and automated notifications, optimal workflow and processes
* Extends value of digital assets across other departments/agencies such as fire, police, first responders
For more information, visit www.projectdox.com/citycounty, and http://www.accela.com/partners/solutions_projectdox.asp
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