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Victoria, BC - June 19, 2013: CityView, a division of Harris Computer Systems, is pleased to announce the acquisition of BluePrince Software for Building Departments and Community Development. Since 2002, BluePrince has been helping local governments across the United States track and manage their permitting and community development activities and initiatives. With 90 customers in 25 states, BluePrince is a trusted partner in the local government community.
This acquisition will bolster CityView's standing as a leading provider of permitting, planning and code enforcement solutions to municipal governments across North America.
"We are thrilled to welcome the BluePrince staff and customers to our CityView community," said Susan McCormick, Executive Vice President of CityView. "At CityView, we believe that the key to meeting our customers' evolving needs is to truly understand their business and to provide a versatile set of tools that enable them to maintain and adapt their software solution well into the future. We look forward to supporting the BluePrince customer base, and to offering a diverse range of services and choices to help them grow so they can continuously meet their day-to-day business challenges."
BluePrince will continue to operate out of its Ashville, NC headquarters, supporting BluePrince customers and maintaining the strong service focus that those customers have come to rely on.
For additional information contact:
250.475.6600 or 800.665.5647
Local Government Building, Licensing, Inspections, Public Works and other departments use CityView to reduce customer call volume, shorten permit issuance times, increase citizen self-service, increase inspector productivity, and reduce paper and manual processes. CityView is part of the Public Sector and Schools Group of Harris Computer Systems, providing the company's flagship Community Development software solution, CityView, to municipalities and counties across North America. Since 1982, CityView has dedicated itself to solving day to day business process and service challenges in local government.