March 10, 2017
Irvine, CA – March 10, 2017 – e-PlanSoft™, the provider of Online Electronic Plan Review solutions, announces the Town of Queen Creek, AZ is implementing e-PlanCheck® (EPC) to provide electronic plan review services for it’s constituents. Queen Creek’s Implementation of e-PlanCheck includes integration with the Town’s electronic permitting software provided by Accela. Since the year 2000, Queen Creek has seen considerable growth. With a growing population comes an increased need for electronic services to provide new capabilities of the Town’s Community Development Department and support a high level of customer service. Electronic plan review will be added to the current list electronic services available to constituents 24/7 through the Queen Creek Development Nexus Citizen Portal.
With the implementation of e-PlanCheck, Queen Creek staff members will be able to take in multipage plan sets and supporting documents online and automatically version incoming plan sets. Multiple departments will be able to make comments and markups on the same document at the same time, compare documents with overlay and side by side comparison tools and insert comments and checklists from he Standard comment library. e-PlanCheck makes all of this possible in a web browser without any additional workstation software to install.
About the Town of Queen Creek, Arizona
Queen Creek is a town in Maricopa and Pinal counties in the state of Arizona. As of 2016, the population has grown to 33,649 poeple. The Town of Queen Creek has multiple historical landmarks such as the San Tan Historical Society Museum, Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church and the Arizona Boys Ranch. Queen Creek’s residents enjoy exceptional climate, natural recreational riches and a relaxed, rural lifestyle. Easy commuting to and from metro Phoenix, low crime rates and excellent air quality make it one of the best small towns in America.
To learn more about Queen Creek, AZ visit http://www.queencreek.org.
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