It’s time for Event Offices to Go Digital!

#eventpermit, News

March 08, 2018

Online is the new normal, and with more pressure from end users and stakeholders to make information transparent, real-time, and accessible from anywhere, there is an increasing number of municipalities developing digital strategies to guide their digital transformation.

At Eproval, we work with Special Event Offices across North America to help transform their paper-based systems into slick, automated digital solutions that drastically reduce administrative time and costs, and streamline permitting for all users.

Our digital solution is 100% mobile compatible, eliminates all paper, stores all documents in a central online location, is customizable to meet your office’s needs and budget, and fast to implement!

Here is some recent feedback from one of our clients at the City of Fort Collins, Colorado:

Eproval is a “great way to organize and manage emails about an event” and it’s an “easy, intuitive process”

the “best part is not having to decipher terrible handwriting on permits!”

it’s “so much easier to communicate with all of the departments involved with approving special event permits”

By shifting to online applications, digital approval workflow, and digital permit issuance, you can finally capture meaningful statistics, improve reporting, reduce administrative costs, and, yes, deliver better customer service!

If you would like to take a closer look at Eproval to see if it’s the right fit for your team, contact us today for an no-obligation demonstration.

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