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GIS Manager Sunny Lindsey Given Cityworks Exemplary User Award

GIS Manager Sunny Lindsey Given Cityworks Exemplary User Award
via The Leader

At Tuesday’s meeting, the Highland Village City Council began discussion of the fiscal year 2014-15 budget with the Capital Improvement Program, which is a five-year outlook of the capital budget.
This provides the framework for consideration of the current year’s budget and resulting tax rate.

The majority of the capital related items will be from the Highland Village Community Development Corporation with trail construction and a soccer complex. These projects are funded by 4B sales tax ...

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Longview, Texas, Uses Cityworks in the Cloud

Longview, Texas, Uses Cityworks in the Cloud
The city of Longview, Texas, is utilizing Cityworks® in the cloud, providing tremendous benefits in managing work performed on critical assets and property, as well as the lifecycle of city assets. The cloud offers multiple benefits and substantial returns including reduced costs, increased scalability and flexibility, quicker response times, and new remote-access and disaster-relief capabilities.

Longview uses Cityworks Server AMS to manage assets within Public Works, Parks and Recreation, and Development Service Departments, and uses Cityworks Server PLL to manage ...

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Cityworks User Sites Designated with APWA Accreditation

Cityworks User Sites Designated with APWA Accreditation
Azteca Systems Inc. congratulates the City of Houston, Texas, Department of Public Works for recently being recognized as an APWA accredited agency, as well as the City of Palm Bay, Florida, Department of Public Works for being re-accredited with this esteemed distinction. Both the City of Houston and the City of Palm Bay are Cityworks user sites.

The APWA accreditation program provides a means of formally verifying and recognizing public works agencies for compliance with the recommended practices set forth ...

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Flower Mound, Texas, Enhances Budgeting Efforts with Cityworks

Flower Mound, Texas, Enhances Budgeting Efforts with Cityworks
Cityworks makes asset management a breeze in the Town of Flower Mound, Texas. A cost-effective, organization-wide solution, Cityworks delivered the right capabilities at the right time, improving asset management, workflow, and simplifying the budget process almost overnight.  Cityworks is Empowering GISÔ for asset management, permitting and licensing at agencies of all sizes in the great state of Texas and around the world.

Since 2005, Flower Mound has used Cityworks throughout the organization—in customer relations, public works (water, sanitary, storm, streets, ...

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Q&A with Nicole Dogan, GIS Manager, Flower Mound, Texas

Q&A with Nicole Dogan, GIS Manager, Flower Mound, Texas
Azteca Systems Marketing and Communications Specialist Lindsay Ferguson recently chatted with Nicole Dogan, GIS Manager, Town of Flower Mound, Texas.

Cityworks: Describe the challenges Flower Mound faced with managing assets.

Nicole Dogan: Before Cityworks, the Town of Flower Mound did not utilize any commercially available asset management systems. Each department had set up separate systems to manage work. None of them were specifically designed for utilities, nor did they communicate with each other. Some departments used paper while others used software ...

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Cityworks Delivers Texas-sized Savings at Highland Village

Cityworks Delivers Texas-sized Savings at Highland Village
The word small is carefully used around City Hall in Highland Village, Texas, especially in how it relates to Cityworks, the leading GIS-centric management solution from Azteca Systems Inc. Deploying a low-cost mobile solution to provide Cityworks to field staff, the city has saved tens of thousands of dollars. From more accurate and complete data collection to improved efficiencies, Highland Village can easily point to progress made since making the switch to Cityworks.

Leveraging their agreement with the city’s telecommunications ...

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Highland Village Boasts Texas-Sized Benefits with Cityworks

Highland Village Boasts Texas-Sized Benefits with Cityworks
The seemingly small city of Highland Village, Texas, has experienced many Texas-sized benefits as a result of implementing Cityworks.  From more accurate and complete data collection to improved efficiencies, the city easily demonstrated the progress they have made since making the switch to Cityworks.

Prior to their Cityworks implementation, Highland Village used a Microsoft Excel based work order management system that only captured minimal work history and completed projects. The system simply did not provide a way to account for ...

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Longview, Texas, Benefits From Cityworks GIS-Centric Enterprise Solution

The City of Longview, Texas, is experiencing substantial benefits with Cityworks, the leading provider of GIS-centric management solutions. Positive results from Cityworks include enhanced GIS capabilities, better reporting, time and cost savings, and the benefits of an enterprise management solution. Staff is very enthusiastic with the results and future potential of the system.Longview first implemented Cityworks in their Public Works department (Water, Sewer, Streets, Traffic, and Drainage divisions) and soon after expanded it to be used within Parks, Buildings/Facilities, ...
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Longview, Texas: The Benefits of Cityworks GIS-Centric Enterprise Solution

Longview, Texas: The Benefits of Cityworks GIS-Centric Enterprise Solution
The City of Longview, Texas, recently implemented Cityworks and is already experiencing substantial benefits with the system. Longview first implemented Cityworks in their Public Works Department (Water, Sewer, Streets, Traffic, and Drainage Divisions) and soon after expanded to Parks, Buildings/Facilities, Warehouse, and Wastewater Treatment Plant. The many positive outcomes resulting from Cityworks include increased GIS capabilities, better reporting, time and cost savings, and improved communication throughout the enterprise. Moreover, staff are very enthusiastic with the results and future potential ...
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The Colony, Texas, User Spotlight—Q&A

The Colony, Texas, User Spotlight—Q&A
Q: What led The Colony to implement Cityworks?
A: Before Cityworks, the City had no reliable method of tracking the cost, labor, or materials used for any given job.  The work orders – which ranged from alley, street, sidewalk, and curb repair to main breaks and sewer stoppages – were tracked electronically but the actual work was not.  The Public Works & Utilities crews used their own method of tracking (e.g., pen, paper, notepad).  This information would then be ...
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