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Coronado, CA, (pop. 23,784) located outside of San Diego, purchased CartÃªGraph's WORKdirector to replace their existing Microsoft Access-based work management system. The city wanted a more robust system that allowed them to quickly access information and easily create reports.
Lomita, CA, (pop. 20,658) a coastal city, chose CartÃªGraph's WORKdirector, PAVEMENTview Plus, MAPdirector and CALLlink. The city wants to be able to track citizen calls and initiate work orders from those calls for the Public Works Department. They are also looking to maintain an inventory of their pavement segments with assistance from WILLDAN, an engineering firm performing the data collection.
Port Jervis, NY, (pop. 9,100) located at the junction of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, selected CartÃªGraph's WORKdirector, SEWERview and WATERview products for their first phase of implementation. After watching a demonstration from CartÃªGraph, the city officials knew the software would meet their management needs for a comprehensive management solution.
Somerton, AZ, (pop. 8,089), a small community just outside of Yuma, AZ, joined CartÃªGraph's other clients when they purchased PAVEMENTview Plus and SIGNview. The first phase for the city is to implement PAVEMENTview Plus as part of a capital improvement plan spanning the next three to five years. The second phase will be to acquire an inventory of their traffic signs using SIGNview.
Taylorville, IL, (pop. 11,427) located near Springfield, IL, purchased CartÃªGraph's SEWERview, SIGNview and PAVEMENTview. The city will begin their process with a complete sign inventory CartÃªGraph which replaces an existing sign management program that was not meeting their needs. With CartÃªGraph software, these cities are finding a better way to serve their constituents, while maximizing the efficiency and effectiveness of their organizations.
Source: CartÃªGraph, Sept. 27, 2005