Manhattan Beach, CA –– Manhattan Beach, CA –– EdgeSoft, Inc., a leading software solutions provider for local and state government agencies, announced that the City of Lynwood, CA has selected EdgeSoft, Inc.’s online permitting and licensing software system ePALS™ Solution to improve city department efficiencies that will save and reduce costs while providing citizens a safe and convenient process to conduct business with the city. The new software runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud which provides the highest level of security required for government agencies.
Building and Code Compliance inspectors will soon be equipped with the ability to conduct fieldwork using mobile devices, while an online public portal will enable residents, business owners, and contractors to submit applications and pay associated fees with ease.
The updated online permitting system and electronic plan review platform will simplify the plan submittal, review, and permit processes, while also improving the business license process and promoting transparency. Additionally, it will facilitate more effective communication with applicants and other agencies. The new online permitting and licensing software will empower all Community Development Department users to efficiently manage data and workflows and keep everything up to date.
About The City of Lynwood, CA
Lynwood is in Los Angeles County, California that is located near South Gate and Compton in the middle portion of the Los Angeles Basin. The current population of Lynwood is 66,512 based on projections of the latest US Census estimates.
About EdgeSoft, Inc.
Headquartered in Manhattan Beach, CA, EdgeSoft, Inc. has provided innovative software solutions for over 20 years, designed exclusively for local and state government agencies. Our goal is to provide tools to enable cities and counties to become “smart cities” for the benefit of all their citizens. We are committed to creating products designed to streamline governmental operations and processes, while enhancing each city’s internal databases.