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Montgomery County, VA Implements NovaLIS Land Development Office

March 1, 2005
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NovaLIS Technologies and business partner Timmons Group are implementing NovaLIS Land Development Office in Montgomery County, Virginia.

Montgomery County has been a NovaLIS Parcel Editor customer since 2003, and recently began working with Timmons Group to make Land Development Office, a product designed to automate local government growth management practices, part of its integrated land records management solution.

As part of the Parcel Editor implementation, Montgomery County along with its Town partners and Timmons, built a county wide GIS database that provides seamless access to map information across the County. It is the County's desire to achieve the same level of service with Land Development Office.

Timmons began the implementation in January 2005, and the project is set to go live in the summer 2005. Beyond 2005, Montgomery County is planning to add Web, Field, and IVR modules.

NovaLIS Land Development Office completely automates workflow practices, ensuring the consistent application of regulations, increasing staff productivity, and improving customer service. NovaLIS' land management solution combines GIS, document imaging, workflow management, parcel and application cloning, Internet browser connectivity, and relational database technology in one complete and totally integrated package.

Source: NovaLIS, Feb. 28 2005

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