With cloud computing and software-as-a-service (SaaS) technology government agencies can provide affordable services to citizens, businesses and government agencies.
BasicGov is hosting a webinar with Salesforce.com for South Carolina government agencies to learn how cloud computing and SaaS supports “Connecting People and Information”.
We are inviting government agencies in the State of South Carolina to participate in this complimentary webinar.
In this webinar you will learn how:
Cloud computing allows your Planning staff to:
- Track dates and milestones online
- Automatically schedule notifications, proceedings, hearings and other critical deadlines
- Report on project status to multi-users and multiple departments
- Access information in the office or field
Cloud computing allows your Permits & Inspections staff to:
- Automate scheduling of field inspections and reviews
- Print any permit related documents in seconds
- Access permit history in multiple departments, in the office or field
- Report with dashboard to show work completed or outstanding
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- faster services to citizens and business for building renovations, new developments, land use planning, etc.
- improved productivity for staff and reduced costs
Local Government Example
Mono County and the Town of Mammoth Lakes in California both update their permits, inspections, planning and code enforcement systems each night with information from the GIS data and tax database. This updated information allows the County and Town planners, developers and policy makers better decision making around complex community planning, smart growth and sustainable development. They do this using the BasicGov web-based system integrated with GIS.