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Highway Contractor Eliminates Paper

In the Province of British Columbia, highway maintenance is outsourced to contractors. They’re required to provide the Ministry of Transportation with quality assurance documentation. That involves an overwhelming amount of paperwork. CityReporter helped them meet their record-keeping obligations with far less effort.

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City Finds Going Digital Is “Easy”

Making the switch from paper inspections to digital inspections might seem intimidating, but with the right support it can actually be an easy process. The City of Campbell River made the transition and outlines their expectations and results.

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Development Services Saves Money

The building inspector in Castlegar, BC, switched from doing his permit inspections the traditional way. Once he adopted CityReporter’s mobile inspection software, he realized that his department would save money by going green. Read on to learn why!

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Park District Saves $4,000 Annually

In 2011, Zion Park District wasn’t sure about switching to CityReporter. They had a number of existing problems – missing reports, incomplete inspections, and high transportation costs – but their maintenance supervisor thought using inspection software would be frustrating.

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Fire Chief Getting More Inspections Done

As Director of Protective Services, fire chief Jim McBride juggled a lot of duties. After seeing a fellow fire chief do inspections on an iPad, he was intrigued and decided to try it for himself.

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Park District Cuts Paperwork By 50%

Sandwich Park District, located in Illinois, is responsible for maintaining 9 parks and 1 facility with a small staff. In 2012, they began using CityReporter in order to streamline their operations and get more done with a limited amount of resources.