SOMERSET, NJ – June 19, 2019 – Ewing Township, of Mercer County, recently launched their new municipal website, developed and hosted by SDL. Ewing was the first of SDL’s 130+ New Jersey municipal clients to take advantage of our dynamic town website services, which are included with all software Enterprise Licenses.
By activating SDL Sites for your municipality, your site will seamlessly integrate with the SDL Portal, giving citizens the tools they need to submit requests, renew licenses and access data, without ever leaving your website. The information submitted to the integrated Portal syncs in real-time to SDL Desktop and SDL Mobile, giving all municipal employees the information they need as soon as it is available.
If you are currently an SDL Enterprise License client, your SDL Site website is already created! You just need to activate it. For more information on how to access your SDL Site, please click here.
We are proud to launch a brand new and completely redesigned Town Map next week. The new map will be rolled out in phases and will serve as the core for all future development. When deployed, it will take the place of your existing portal map, but will also be available to embed on your town website.
We are automatically upgrading the maps later next week, but if you want to try them out now, you can navigate to the your town’s portal map and append “?v=mb” to the url in the browser. Example: Cherry Hill Township.
Single map for Web, Mobile, Desktop (later this year) and embedded in Town websites
Easy to embed in your website or automatically added in SDL Sites
Property and Building layers connected to all your municipal data
New Search to include both tax properties and our new unit data for comprehensive town wide address management
Includes easy links for Google Maps and Google Streetview
Mobile friendly – fast maps and responsive layout
Base Maps – Streets, Satellite, Terrain, Properties, Buildings
Town Maps (later this year) – Parks, Voting Districts, Wards, Recycling Routes, Complaints, Road Closings, Town POIs and anything in SDL Desktop that can be tied to a property. More information in a future release.
SOMERSET, NJ – April 19, 2019 – Spatial Data Logic will be in Atlantic City next week! On Wednesday, April 24th through Friday, April 26th, SDL will be exhibiting at the 2019 New Jersey Conference of Mayors taking place at the Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa.
If you’re planning on attending the conference, be sure to stop by booth 407 to see a demo and check out some of SDL’s new features.
When: Wednesday, April 24th – Friday, April 26th
Where: The Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa, Atlantic City
For more information on this year’s New Jersey Conference of Mayors, you can visit the conference website. The full agenda for the conference can be found here.
SOMERSET, NJ – March 27, 2019 – Spatial Data Logic will be at the 2019 NJ-GMIS Technology Education Conference next week! If you plan on attending, be sure to stop by booth 1 to learn about some of our new software features.
This year’s conference is being held on Thursday, April 4th at The Palace at Somerset Park, from 8:00 am until 5:30 pm.
For more information on this year’s conference please visit the NJ-GMIS Website.
SOMERSET, NJ – March 20, 2019 – Spatial Data Logic will be in Atlantic City next week! On Wednesday, March 27th and Thursday, March 28th, SDL will be exhibiting at the 2019 Public Works Continuing Education Conference, held at Bally’s. Be sure to stop by to see a demo of SDL’s new software features.
When: Wednesday, March 26 – Thursday, March 28
Where: Bally’s, Atlantic City
For more information on this year’s Public Works Continuing Education Conference, you can visit the conference website.
SOMERSET, NJ – February 21, 2019 – Spatial Data Logic will be exhibiting at the 2019 New Jersey Environmental Health Association Educational Conference and Exhibition. Be sure to stop by and see us at booth 202 for a demo, and to learn what’s new with SDL!
This year’s NJEHA Educational Conference is being held at Tropicana Resort and Casino, Atlantic City, from Sunday, March 3rd through Tuesday, March 5th. You can find the full conference schedule here.
SOMERSET, NJ – January 11, 2019 – The Borough of River Edge, of Bergen County, has recently decided to upgrade to the SDL Enterprise License. With the Enterprise License, River Edge will have access to SDL Mobile, SDL Portal and SDL Citizen, in addition to their current use of the SDL Desktop software.
With SDL Mobile, inspectors have the ability to start, update and complete inspections from in the field, while syncing all data in real-time to the SDL Desktop. The SDL Portal provides borough administrators, employees and citizens instant and easy access to borough data, maps and requests. Borough citizens also have the ability to access data and submit requests from the newly released SDL Citizen app.
River Edge has been using the SDL software since 2014, and will continue the their use within the Building department. We are thrilled to continue working with River Edge and are looking forward to assisting them with this expansion of their software.
SOMERSET, NJ – December 20, 2018 – Ewing Township, of Mercer County, has recently selected SDL Sites for the management and design of their municipal website.
This recently released website package provides municipalities with integrated SDL Portal capabilities, and includes hosting, support and unlimited storage and bandwidth with all SDL Enterprise Licenses.
Ewing has been utilizing the SDL Municipal Management Software since 2015, and has implemented it throughout their Building, Code Enforcement, Clerk, Health, Land Use, Fire Prevention, Assessor and Pet Licensing offices. We are thrilled to assist Ewing with the launch of their new website, and look forward to continue working with them in this new capacity.
For more information on SDL Sites, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 800-805-9695.
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