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CityView Welcomes the City of Norman, OK
March 13, 2018

CityView’s Electronic Plans Review (EPR) provides the City with a paperless solution for streamlining the review process

Norman, OKWe are pleased to welcome the City of Norman, OK to the CityView family. Norman will be implementing a comprehensive suite of CityView solutions, including CityView Property Information, Permits & Inspections, Planning, Code Enforcement, and more.

CityView Electronic Plans Review (EPR) will provide Norman with a paperless solution for streamlining the review process. This was one of the driving factors in the City’s selection process. The exceptional capabilities of CityView for submittal tracking, approval routing, version control and workflow are combined with the PDF creation, editing, markup and collaboration features of Bluebeam's flagship product, Bluebeam Revu. The City’s evaluation committee identified CityView Electronic Plans Review as distinctively superior when compared with similar systems in the marketplace. With CityView EPR, Norman will be able to easily circulate, review, mark up and compare documents, plans and construction drawings and collaborate online, in real time.

In addition, Norman will implement CityView Mobile for building and code enforcement inspections, CityView Portal to extend self-service capabilities to citizens, and CityView’s Microsoft Outlook and Word Add-Ins to increase staff efficiency.

The City of Norman, OK is already part of the Harris family, using Advanced CIS for its utility billing processes.

About the City of Norman

The City of Norman is a rapidly growing suburb community of Oklahoma City and the home of University of Oklahoma (OU Sooners), with a population of 118,040. Today, OU and the City of Norman are still making history. Norman was recently recognized as one of the most progressive cities in the state and the Norman Public School system was acknowledged as the top school system in Oklahoma. Currently, Norman is involved in a downtown revitalization project as well as a project that will guide Norman and its citizens into the 21st century. The Norman 2020 plan was designed to address future population growth and infrastructure problems and offer solutions to solve these problems before they occur. Norman’s rich history plays an important role in citizen’s lives and we continually make our history book more exciting with each passing year.