ViewPoint Government Solutions is thrilled to announce that the Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG) in Hartford, Connecticut has signed a contract extension with ViewPoint through 2023. With this agreement CRCOG will continue to offer Connecticut municipalities streamlined procurement of ViewPoint Cloud, the company’s cloud-based permitting, licensing, and code enforcement software. Originally signed in 2009, the extension will usher in almost 15 years of continuous service to Connecticut communities.
State: Rhode Island
Problem Addressed: Decentralized paper operations and inefficient communication
Project Highlights: Accessibility for employees and constituents
As a Senior Code Enforcement Clerk in Central Falls, RI, Venuz Zayas is a central hub for permitting activity. Day in, day out, she’s on the forefront of communications with government employees across departments and a slew of constituent applicants–and now, the bulk of her work is completed simply through her keyboard. Between applications, inspections, reporting, and more, Zayas has a lot to manage. With ViewPoint Cloud, all of the information she needs is at her fingertips. This easy access to information is one of the biggest changes Zayas has seen since moving from a paper permitting system to ePermitting with ViewPoint Cloud.
Departments: Special Events
Problem Addressed: Inefficient internal workflows, poor customer communication
Project Highlight: 100% Digital Submissions
The Breckenridge Tourism Office serves a big need in the community, facilitating up to 150 permits a year for special events ranging from the International Snow Sculpture Championships and Oktoberfest, to film shoots and farmers’ markets. Event Coordinator Molly Herwehe knows all about the ins and outs of this process and the shift that’s occurred since Breckenridge switched from their old system to ViewPoint Cloud.
State: Rhode Island
Problem Addressed: Outdated paper processes and operations
Project Highlight: Self-serivce online permitting portal
A veteran staff member in Smithfield’s Building and Zoning Office, Teresa Graham was used to Monday mornings greeting her with tall stacks of paper, phones ringing off the hook, and lines of contractors and residents running out the door. As the office’s intake coordinator, Graham’s job was centered around helping these customers, reviewing their documents, and making sure they had all the information they needed to complete their paper applications.
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