Irvine, CA – June 1, 2015 – e-PlanSoft™, the online provider of Electronic Plan Review solutions, announced today that the City of Chino, California has selected e-PlanSoft and Accela for their integrated electronic document review solution. The integration combines e-PlanSoft’s e-PlanCheck® with the Accela Civic Platform. e-PlanCheck will be incorporated with the City’s permitting software and public portal for submitting documents online. Together, these products will enable a powerful web-based concurrent plan review solution that provides extensive markup, comment and signature functionality for documents submitted online.
e-PlanSoft is working with the City of Chino on implementing electronic plan review to fully integrate e-PlanCheck’s services. e-PlanCheck will enable citizens to conveniently submit permit applications online for plan check from the comfort of their own home, 24-hours-a-day / 7-days-a-week. This will help applicants reduce their ‘time on the road’ as well as save on gas and printing costs.
Accela provides cloud-based civic engagement solutions for government. Accela’s Civic Platform, which includes open APIs and mobile apps, enables and improves core processes for city, county, state and federal governments. Accela’s solutions uniquely address the diverse needs of their constituents by making publicly available information more accessible. The Accela Civic Platform includes solutions for land management, asset management, licensing and case management, legislative management and more.
With more than 2,000 customers worldwide, Accela is headquartered in San Ramon, California, with offices in San Francisco, New York, Portland, Melbourne and Dubai. For more information, visit www.accela.com.
Located in Southern California, e-PlanSoft was founded by principals of an award-winning Architectural-Engineering firm with decades of plan review and inspection experience in the construction design industry. Its patented and feature-rich products promote systems integration and significantly reduce the costs associated with paper plan reviews, which protects the environment by reducing carbon waste and allows agency’s to better manage their staff and workloads.