US: Superion, an industry leader in public sector software solutions, will participate at the Esri User Conference being held July 9-13, 2018, in San Diego, CA. Presenting from conference booth 2119, Superion will showcase Superion Community Development software. An agile and analytics-rich system for permitting, licensing, code enforcement, and citizen response management, Superion Community Development is trusted by hundreds of local government agencies of all sizes to automate time-consuming manual processes, substantially reducing permit turnaround time – from two weeks to two days in some cases.
Superion Community Development delivers a broad set of unified applications that manages every aspect of community development. Powered with a GIS-centric database, the software’s smart workflow engine moves projects automatically through the system while triggers align with agency processes – from application to inspection to documentation to results – completely through the flow of operations.
For example, SeaTac, Washington, initially chose Superion software for its smart GIS integration, which has enabled the city to create a project or permit directly from a map and visualize where activity is happening in the city. This streamlined workflow has resulted in a reduction in permit turnaround time from 14 days to two days. Additionally, Parkland, Florida, conducted over 40,000 remote inspections from their tablets in the first year of implementing the Superion Community Development mobile application.
Empowered with a much-needed tool for responding to growing citizen demands with speed and accuracy, local governments are better equipped to transform their operations and deliver amazing public experiences. Agencies gain an agile and broad portfolio of applications, including a tablet-ready option, which simplifies deployment and facilitates access from anywhere on any device for citizens, customers, and employees alike. Smartly embedded analytics unify business reporting and intelligence across multiple datasets via a single user interface. Additionally, role-based workspaces tailor the user experience for easier access, analysis, and use of relevant data – from the department level down to individual user levels. With these improvements to work processes, local governments have more time and resources to align their focus around the citizen experience.