Spatial Data Logic Honored As GovTech 100 Company

Spatial Data Logic Honored As GovTech 100 Company

SOMERSET, NJ - For the second year in a row, Spatial Data Logic (SDL) has been honored as a GovTech 100 company. Each year Government Technology Magazine recognizes 100 companies that make a difference in state and local government.

Headquartered in Somerset, NJ, Spatial Data Logic has spent the past 25 years building reliable software solutions that over 235 municipalities have used to streamline their department processes and move services online. The company’s services include department-specific software solutions, citizen portals, mobile apps, municipal websites, hosting services, and other innovative tools. 

“2021 reinforced the need for modern and accessible governments. As a company, we have remained committed to helping local governments move services online and adapt to a new way of doing business,” said Jack Flood, Vice President of Spatial Data Logic. “We are honored to be recognized for our efforts.”

Throughout the pandemic, Spatial Data Logic has helped local governments embrace technology to connect their departments and streamline processes such as permits, inspections, plan reviews, FOIA requests, property registries, complaints, pet licenses, and mercantile applications. SDL offers an interconnected solution that promotes visibility and collaboration between departments, while also facilitating real-time information exchanges with users who are out in the field. Furthermore, municipalities can use SDL’s citizen platforms to extend their reach to the public, providing a convenient way for the public to submit forms, access property and permit information and check the status of their requests online.

The pandemic also opened the door for governments to explore innovative technologies that enable municipal staff to work safely and efficiently while better serving their constituents. As a company, Spatial Data Logic has seen heightened interest in its electronic permitting and plan review tools, remote inspection solution, and custom digital form builder that provides an easy way for departments to move their paper-based services online.

“It’s an honor to help municipalities as they look to modernize and implement digital processes,” said Jack Flood. “Spatial Data Logic takes great pride in building solutions that serve the communities that we are a part of, and we want to thank our staff, clients, and Government Technology Magazine for this recognition.” 

To learn more about Spatial Data Logic’s municipal management software, visit To see the full list of 2022 GovTech 100 honorees, visit