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DENVER – COMPUTRONIX (U.S.A) of Lakewood, CO is pleased to announce that its POSSE Land Management System (“POSSE LMS”) software has been selected by Clark County, WA to replace the County’s legacy permit tracking system.

Clark County (population 431,250) is one of six counties that make up the Portland-Vancouver Oregon-Washington Metropolitan Statistical Area (SMA). The County’s Community Development Department is responsible for overseeing several key regulatory programs: Animal Protection and Control, Building Safety, Code Enforcement, Development Services, the Fire Marshal’s Office, and the Permit Center. The Department selected Computronix to implement its innovative POSSE technology solution to support the County’s needs for integrated workflow and data, document management, fee management and GIS, data aggregation and reporting, dashboards, interoperability, integrated online public portal services, and electronic plan review. Additionally, Computronix will implement Teller, an integrated, web-based enterprise point-of-sale cashiering system.

“Computronix is thrilled to take on this ambitious project for Clark County. We are confident that our team and our POSSE LMS product will bring about the kind of change and efficiencies the County desires,” added Gord Meeberg, Computronix Vice President of Business Development.

With offices in metro Denver and Edmonton, Canada, Computronix is regarded as one of the leading North American vendors in government regulatory software innovation. Since 1979, Computronix has provided robust government workflow solutions for more than 30 state, provincial, and local governments. To date, POSSE government customers have won over 15 national and international awards for business transformation and improved customer and public service.

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