The Borough of Midland Park and Borough of Ho-Ho-Kus Select SDL

The Borough of Midland Park and Borough of Ho-Ho-Kus Select SDL

SOMERSET, NJ - June 30, 2022 - SDL welcomes two new Bergen County clients, the Borough of Midland Park and the Borough of Ho-Ho-Kus. By way of shared service, the boroughs will be implementing SDL’s Construction and Land Use modules. With SDL’s software and hosting services, the Construction Offical and his staff will be able to work efficiently from any location, move services online and seamlessly manage the building processes for both Midland Park and Ho-Ho-Kus.

Spatial Data Logic is an all-inclusive and interconnected municipal management software. As part of their agreement, Midland Park and Ho-Ho-Kus can take advantage of 3 municipal-facing and 3 citizen-facing platforms that the boroughs can enable to streamline permitting, plan reviews, inspections, violations and other development processes. The boroughs also opted for SDL Hosting which will ensure staff members can access their work whether they are in the office or working remotely. Inspectors can also utilize SDL Mobile to access property information, permit applications, statutes, schedules and other information from the field. SDL Mobile will also help the building inspectors complete inspections and document worksites with photos and notes.

SDL’s citizen platforms will also help Midland Park and Ho-Ho-Kus provide better services to their residents, businesses and professionals. First and foremost, SDL’s Online Plan Review solution will ensure both boroughs will be able to accept and review digital building permit applications and plans in compliance with new UCC permitting legislation. The boroughs can also enable online inspection requests, property searches and permit look-ups, which would make it easier for the public to access information and services. In doing so, both boroughs can expect to see a reduction in calls and incomplete submissions, freeing up time for other important tasks..

The Boroughs of Midland Park and Ho-Ho-Kus are the latest municipalities to take advantage of SDL’s shared software service agreements. Spatial Data Logic offers two different agreement options that provide flexibility for municipalities that share department services or want to pool resources with another municipality to secure more software licenses at a greater cost savings. 

“As local governments explore cost-effective ways to deliver services, we are seeing more and more interest in shared software service agreements,” said Jack Flood, Vice President of Operations at Spatial Data Logic. “We are excited to welcome Midland Park and Ho-Ho-Kus as our newest clients, and look forward to helping them implement software that will streamline building processes and services for both municipalities.”