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Welcome Rochester

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welcome1LOGIS is happy to announce the addition of the City of Rochester to the Special Assessments application. Data conversion is well underway to bring their historical data into the Property Data System (PDS). A few programming tweaks are needed to accommodate business practices for Rochester. Once the data is converted and balanced with their current system it will be time for some software training for the users to allow for them to feel comfortable with PDS.

The goal is for the City of Rochester to be live on Special Assessments by January 1, 2016.

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Category: Special Assessments

Cities Start Training in RecTrac

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Focus GroupThe last group of current LOGIS Parks and Recreation system users to be converted to RecTrac—Crystal, Lakeville, and Maple Grove—will be attending their first week of training during the week of September 21st. The first week of training will concentrate on entering basic system information such as accounting data, programs, facilities, membership types, POS items, and leagues. City staff will then have several weeks to enter more base information before moving on to the second week of training, which will concentrate on how to use RecTrac on a day-to-day basis. The second week of training starts on October 19th.

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Category: Parks and Recreation Systems

PIMS Encompasses Many Modules

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Many ModulesAs some of you may or may not know, the PIMS (Permits and Inspections Management Systems) hosts a variety of modules within the system in addition to permits, inspections and scheduling.

Simply stated, there are many applications offered in PIMS which may fit the need of several departments in a given City.

Some of the modules offered:

  • Business License
  • Code Enforcement
  • RPZ System
  • Septic (Maintenance and Compliance)
  • Project Tracking
  • ePermits

This allows the City to utilize one software package with multiple functions, keeping costs down.

If your City is interested in seeing all that PIMS has to offer, please contact LOGIS.

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Category: Permits & Inspections Management

LOGIS Visits Advanced Utility System Office

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TrainingAnnually, Advanced Utility System invites LOGIS Utility Billing Support Staff members to come on site for training.  The purpose of the training visits is to empower LOGIS Support Staff with the knowledge to fix CIS Infinity issues that are repetitive and do not require programming/development changes to the database structure.  The UB Support Staff knowledge has grown exponentially over the last several years as a result of the training sessions.

During the site visit, LOGIS staff has the opportunity to meet one-on-one with members of the Advanced Support team, Development team, Training staff and management.  The individualized sessions give way to building stronger relationships with Advanced staff.

Some of the topics covered this year include:  AMR/AMI Interface configuration, Route Management & Mass Cycle/Book changes, Bill Print Consumption Graph, Backflow and Infinity.Mobile.  Outstanding Service Wise items were reviewed.

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Category: Utility Billing

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