Fresno selects Accela for software upgrade

The City of Fresno, CA, has selected multiple solutions on the Accela Civic Platform. The Fresno City Council has unanimously approved a $3 million civic tech initiative to replace current software used within its Building, Permitting, Zoning, Land Management, Code Enforcement and Planning departments, says Accela in a statement.

Fresno will implement Accela Land Management, Mobile Apps, GIS, and Citizen Access. Other Accela solutions used by Frenso include Citizen Relationship Management.

[Image courtesy: City of Fresno]

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