In the Field. On the Go.

Your work isn’t limited to your desk. Your data shouldn’t be, either. We offer a variety of tools to help you access and update valuable information on your laptop, tablet, and smartphone.

Cityworks mobile native apps displayed on an iOS device

Mobile Native Apps

Cityworks on iOS and Android provide a range of field-specific tools. The apps cache data locally on the device, allowing field crews to conduct inspections and perform maintenance even out of network range. Empower your field crews to contribute to the ArcGIS system of record and system of engagement.

Cityworks Respond

Take the full functionality of Cityworks Office into the field. With the help of a continuous network connection, Respond helps you maintain continuous, real-time updates from your tablet. Respond also offers an advanced map interface and the power to create and manage aspects of Cityworks from a remote location.

See Cityworks Mobile Solutions in Use

Manage Your Assets in the Field with Respond 2.0

Your work isn’t limited to your desk and neither is Cityworks. With the help of a continuous network connection, Cityworks Respond provides streamlined access to Cityworks AMS and PLL specifically for field use. You have the power to manage assets and create work orders, as well as capture digital signatures for inspections and permitting tasks, …

Seeing the Forest and the Trees in the City of Arborly Love

There may be no city in America that loves trees more than Philadelphia. More than 10 percent of Philadelphia’s land area—16 square miles—is home to the largest managed urban park system in the world. With more than 1.63 million park and street trees, Philadelphia’s living assets outnumber people. Under the care of the Philadelphia Department …

Successful South Bend Implementation Primes The Pump To Improve City Workflow

The City of South Bend, Indiana, manages 700 miles of sanitary and storm sewers and 10,000 catch basins, inlets, and drains through its Department of Public Works Office of Sewers. For years, the department relied on multiple siloed software solutions to maintain these assets, navigating congested and outdated processes that hampered productivity. To more effectively …