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Accela Brings Rancho Cucamonga Services Online

Matt Ball on January 18, 2013 - in Uncategorized

Accela, Inc. announced today that Rancho Cucamonga, a suburban city in San Bernardino County, about 40 miles east of Los Angeles, will replace its Tidemark Advantage client-server system with Accela Automation enterprise software to streamline service delivery for Building, Code Enforcement, Fire, Planning, and Engineering.

After upgrading to Accela Automation, this City with a population of approximately 165,000 will offer a number of vital public services online for the first time ever. The City will greatly improve services to citizens with a robust, fully integrated solution built around the core technology of Accela Automation.

Accela Mobile Office will empower staff members with access to project documents from laptops and tablet PCs, providing greater convenience and faster turnaround time for building inspectors and end users. Field workers will also be supported by Accela GIS™, an integration of industry-leading Esri ArcGIS for Server maps with Accela Automation.

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