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Web-based System from Progeos that Dramatically Reduces Land and Property Management Expenses PDF Print E-mail
Written by Progeos   
17 June 2009

 Towns across America Discover a Web-based System from Progeos that Dramatically Reduces Land and Property Management Expenses



80% less installation cost than traditional systems. Leverages a town's existing technology. Operates with a simple Web browser and PDF reader.

HARTFORD, Conn.- Progeos (www.progeos.com), a Connecticut-based municipal software and technology firm, continues to help America's towns and cities "reinvent government" with a suite of Web-based GIS (Geographic Information System) enabled, e-government services that can save municipalities significant operating expenses, month after month.

Savings occur immediately.

The Progeos system eliminates the need for traditional hardware and software systems. Progeos leverages a municipality's existing technology, and can be up and running in just days -- not the months traditionally required.

Progeos harnesses the efficiencies of the Web.

As the system is entirely Web based, any computer equipped with a Web browser and a simple PDF reader can become a powerful GIS workstation.

Fully modular. Implement only what's needed -- and expand at any time.

Progeos provides plug 'n' play services for:

    * GIS based land management
    * Property management: property look up, abutters lists
    * Request management: entering, processing, and executing service requests
    * Permit management: creation and tracking of permits
    * Code management: code tracking and enforcement

More than money savings. Progeos provides new sources of revenue for your town.

For instance, online Permit Management lets residents apply and get approvals for the vast majority of all of your town's permit requirements. Create a 24/7 "Virtual Town Hall" for an automated, around-the-clock, profit center -- while your residents enjoy enhanced services.

Affordable by any municipality.

Until now, only large cities could afford such advanced GIS capabilities. But now, for a fraction of the cost, Progeos gives your town the tools to save money, generate revenue, and enhance community services. For more information, please visit www.progeos.com.





 
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