“We’re excited to provide Speedway with an elegant and clean e-permitting solution to digitalize our paper-based building processes,” shared Speedway’s Clerk-Treasurer, Jacob Blasdel. “We’re eager to use a software that can be configured to meet our citizens’ needs, will be easy for our staff and inspectors to use, and enables real-time and remote access to permit status updates, approvals, and communication.”
Since all permit information and communication exist online, the four-person building department and its community will benefit from improved efficiency.
This will be notably important during race season as Speedway hosts the Indianapolis 500, the largest single-day sporting event in the world, and annually welcomes hundreds of thousands of fans.
“Since our community of 13,000 full-time residents will be able to apply for a permit, track permit status, and receive real-time information online with Cloudpermit, our in-person traffic at the office will likely decrease as people have fewer requirements to come in,” explained Blasdel. “This will make it easier to handle race-specific permits with our vendors and maintain a high-standard of customer service for our community during a season of increased permit demand.”
The town looks forward to streamlined and contactless service during and post-pandemic in its move toward digitalization.
“We’re overjoyed to work with Speedway and help establish this town as a leader in Indiana,” remarked Cloudpermit’s Vice President of Sales, USA, Nathaniel Kurash. “We’re excited to be part of their e-permitting journey that will undoubtedly, and speedily, inspire other local governments across the state to go digital.”
Cloudpermit is the world’s leading e-permitting software for local government building departments. It is cloud-based and end-to-end which enables building departments, building communities, and applicants to complete the building permit lifecycle in one digital workspace. The software was created for, and with, North American local government building departments to help communities thrive.
About the Town of Speedway, Indiana:
Speedway became an established town in 1926. It is currently home to nearly 13,000 residents. Speedway is known for its great schools, excellent public safety, tight-knit community, and for being the home to the iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Visit www.speedwayin.gov to learn more or connect via social media on Facebook or Twitter.
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