EDMONTON, Canada – COMPUTRONIX (Canada) of Edmonton, Alberta, is very pleased to announce that the City of Vancouver has awarded a contract to Computronix to implement its pre-configured, fully web-enabled POSSE Land Management System (“POSSE LMS”) at the City over the next two years.
Catapulted to the world stage by the highly-touted 2010 Winter Olympics as one of the best cities in the world to live in, the City of Vancouver, Canada’s third-largest metropolis, will receive much attention as it rolls out its sweeping Permit and Licences Transformation Project, part of a multi-million-dollar services review initiative to establish the City as a world-class leader in red tape reduction, innovative best practices, and exemplary, streamlined e-government.
Computronix is very honoured to have been selected as the City’s software vendor partner in this significant and important government initiative, one of the largest ever undertaken by the City,” said Gordon Meeberg, Computronix Vice President of Business Development.
The City completed extensive and exhaustive research of exemplary software systems and innovative practices and processes in use across North America before selecting POSSE LMS.
The POSSE Land Management System, built on POSSE Version 7 work management technology, provides an out-of-the-box, streamlined, integrated solution for meeting the contemporary, mission-critical needs of land development and building communities, Internet-savvy citizens, and service-oriented government regulatory staff.
Established in 1979, Computronix has consistently fulfilled its mission to provide outstanding solutions to its customers, proving its role as the North American leader in innovative regulatory and e-government software solutions. To date, POSSE government customers have won over 15 national and international awards for business transformation and improved customer and public service.
The City of Vancouver will join a well-established POSSE user base in western Canada, where POSSE is used by provincial and local government agencies, including the major-metro cities of Calgary, Edmonton, and Surrey, to support a wide variety of permitting, licensing, inspections, enforcement and other regulatory processes.