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“We started using BasicGov’s planning software a few years ago, then added additional BasicGov modules for code enforcement, licensing, GIS integration and permits”
Staff Planner, City of Beaumont, California
“BasicGov allows us to work faster. With BasicGov we can process a new permit application for a renovation or a remodel in a day and before it took us four days or more.”
Theresa Dobbs, Building Clerk, City of Ocean Springs, Mississippi
“We selected BasicGov web-based software and its Force.com cloud platform because it afforded us a tremendous amount of flexibility, was nimble and easily adaptable to our evolving business needs.”
Nate Greenberg, GIS Coordinator, Mono County & Town of Mammoth Lakes, California
“BasicGov has delivered functionality and features at a pace we’ve never seen before. They have been able to adapt their platform to match the complexity of our land management businesses.”
Director Ryan Lance, State of Wyoming Office of State Lands and Investment
“With our old system it took one-two weeks to build summary or analysis reports and now with BasicGov software it takes five minutes.”
Theresa Dobbs, Building Clerk, City of Ocean Springs, Mississippi
“Staff are impressed by the speed, power of BasicGov’s technology, and the value of having all the information they need to process permits and applications in one place.”
Nate Greenberg, GIS Coordinator, Mono County & Town of Mammoth Lakes, California
“The BasicGov team has understanding of how government operates and have combined that with knowledge of a powerful cloud computing platform to refine our processes so that they are consistent and repeatable across all programs.”
Director Ryan Lance, State of Wyoming Office of State Lands and Investment
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Local Governments

Mono County & Town of Mammoth Lakes, California

Challenge: Find technology to help planners, developers and policy makers support their decision making efforts around complex community planning, smart growth and sustainable development.

City of Beaumont, California

Challenge: Growing city with Pressure on City staff to manage community development and land use smartly and efficiently while maintaining: rural charm; planned growth for residential housing, recreational parks and facilities, commerce investments; and improved transportation.

City of Medina, Ohio

Challenge: The City of Medina’s three departments - Planning, Building and Engineering - needed a way to work collaboratively without a networked computer system.

State Governments

State of Wyoming Office of State Lands and Investment

Challenge: The States legacy systems for managing land needed to be updated to eliminate data silos, improve staff efficiency and provide for better revenue tracking and management. The new system needed to be flexible, cost effective, and able to adapt to land practices established over 100 years ago while incorporating a modern GIS system. Collaboration among field staff, remote offices, and OSLI main offices was also needed.