The Davenport Group (TDG) is proud to announce its partnership with the City of Harrisonburg, which is soon to benefit from the innovative and efficient services of the company’s custom GIS software.
The City of Harrisonburg is home to nearly 55,000 residents. City staff’s commitment to providing easily accessible and user-friendly service to the citizens in their community is evidenced by their selection of The Davenport Group as the software provider for their Geographic Information Services.
With dozens of clients throughout the U.S. and Canada, The Davenport Group offers noteworthy improvements in governmental software, along with exceptional customer service and unmatched accountability. TDG understands that in this day and age, local government needs to customize its processes to meet the needs of its community; the company thus tailors its premiere software suite, Land Management (LAMA), to the specifications of each client.
“We’re very pleased to be able to work with the staff of Harrisonburg, who clearly care about making their processes as convenient as possible for their citizens,” said Ben Davenport, co-founder of TDG. “Through the process of implementing our software, we’re also able to support city staff in streamlining their procedures so that they gain efficiency without compromising the high quality of their services.” The City of Harrisonburg has implemented the LAMA permitting, code compliance, Mobile App, and public web citizen portal.
Centrally located in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, Harrisonburg is known as the home of James Madison University, and offers a variety of historical and cultural attractions. The natural beauty of the area makes it a popular destination for hikers and outdoor adventurers.
The LAMA software is on schedule for implementation in October 2017. For more information, contact TDG at (800) 640-0373.