Edmond, Oklahoma Signs Cityworks Small Government ELA

Municipality Joins Specialized Licensing Program for Populations Fewer than 100,000

November 03, 2008 --  Sandy, UT — Azteca Systems, Inc., the leading provider of GIS-centric management solutions, today announced that the City of Edmond, Oklahoma, is the latest to join small governments across the United States in signing up for the Cityworks Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) program. The program provides organization-wide GIS-centric asset maintenance management and permitting solutions for smaller agencies within a tiered, affordable pricing schedule.

The Cityworks ELA Program is available to government agencies in the United States with populations of 100,000 or less. Benefits of the program include:
    - Up to a full suite of Cityworks software and add-on tools.
    - Product update and technical support.
    - Flexible deployments for desktops, web-servers, and mobile devices.
    - Unique opportunity to consolidate business processes and IT initiatives within a GIS-centric environment.

The City of Edmond uses Cityworks Desktop and Storeroom extensively by its Field Services and Electric Departments. The City has also recently implemented the Cityworks CCTV Reader module. Building Services, Code Enforcement, the Mayor’s Office, and other divisions citywide use Cityworks service requests as their customer response system and for requesting services such as inspections from Field Services. Although the City has already deployed a considerable amount of Cityworks technology, the ELA provides numerous added benefits including licensing for additional software modules and applications. The ELA allows Edmond the flexibility to deploy software products when and where they are needed, including Cityworks Server.

"The City of Edmond strives for continuous improvement in customer service, and one of the ways we are doing that is through the use of Cityworks technology,” said Sara Cobb, City of Edmond. “The Cityworks ELA enables us to employ a multi-tiered enterprise solution for our maintenance management and customer response system requirements."

Brian Haslam, President of Azteca Systems states, “The Cityworks ELA offers substantial benefits to smaller organizations and we are pleased that more and more clients are utilizing it. We’ve introduced this unique and innovative option to help smaller governments save time and money while leveraging their investment in GIS and extending their spatial data in day-to-day business operations. We are excited that Edmond, one of our long-time, valued customers, has taken advantage of this program and we’re confident they will realize the benefits of their decision.”

The Cityworks ELA program provides smaller agencies the leading business process solutions specifically designed for local government within a clear, tiered pricing schedule, and is in alignment with ESRI’s Small Government Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) Program. Technology in a Cityworks ELA can include up to a full suite of Cityworks products. Cityworks is used by decision makers, management, field staff, and the public in more than 300 sites around the world and is available for desktops, mobile devices, and Web deployments. For more information about Cityworks and the new ELA option, visit www.cityworks.com.

About Edmond, Oklahoma
Edmond is a charming, friendly city with a population of about 75,000 and is part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. Known for its quality education provided by an excellent school system and as a family-oriented community, Edmond is a well-rounded city as it is also home to 103 knowledge-based businesses specializing in clusters such as software, forensic sciences, financial services (investment, insurance, and non-depository institutions), and light manufacturing. In 2006 and 2007, Edmond was listed as one of the “Top 100 Places to Live” by RelocateAmerica.com and was also named a “Top-Rated Smaller City in America” in 2006 and 2007 by Universal Reference Publications, New York.

About Azteca Systems, Inc.
Founded in 1986, Azteca Systems, Inc. is the leading provider of GIS-centric Enterprise Management Systems. Built exclusively on top of ESRI’s leading GIS technology, Cityworks is powerful, scalable, and affordable, designed for agencies that own and care for critical infrastructure, capital assets, and property.


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Azteca Systems, Inc.
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