Sandy, UT — Azteca Systems, Inc. announced today the Small Government Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) Program that allows unlimited deployments of Cityworks software to municipalities and counties in the United States. The program provides access to the leading GIS-centric asset maintenance management and permitting solutions small governments need within a clear, tiered pricing schedule.
“This new licensing option enables smaller agencies with the leading business process solutions specifically designed for local government,” said Brian Haslam, President of Azteca Systems. “In alignment with ESRI’s Small Municipality and County Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) Program, we’ve introduced this unique and innovative option to help smaller municipal and county governments implement the Cityworks suite of software. The Cityworks ELA saves time and money, and allows agencies to not only leverage their investment in GIS, but extend their spatial data into day-to-day business operations.”
The Cityworks ELA Program is available to government agencies in the United States with populations of 100,000 or less. Benefits to these organizations include:
“Azteca Systems provides a powerful set of management solutions layered on top of ESRI’s GIS products,” added Christopher Thomas, ESRI Government Industry Solutions manager. “With the complete set of ESRI’s GIS and Azteca’s Cityworks now available in an ELA, government agencies can quickly and efficiently deploy these solutions in a true, GIS-centric enterprise environment, improving operational efficiency and customer service.”
The technology in the ELA includes the entire suite of Cityworks products – the only asset, maintenance, and permitting solutions built exclusively on ESRI’s leading GIS platform. Cityworks is used by decision makers, management, field staff, and the public in more than 300 sites around the world and is available for desktops, mobile devices, and Web deployments.