Less paperwork - quicker responses
Cheney’s proposed work order system could lead to more efficient use of resources and quicker service response times
The written work order may become a thing of the past if the Cheney City Council approves a new software system proposed by the city’s Public Works Department.
Maintenance Edge is a software package that, combined with the purchase of Apple iPads, will allow virtually instant response to problems encountered by residents and city personnel in the field, as well as the ability to create more detailed reports for future analysis. Public Works Director Todd Ableman said the system lines up perfectly with work the city has been doing the past 6-7 years to find and record the location of every...
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