Marriott Courtyard Hotel14 Feb 2017

Upcoming iWorQ Demonstration in St. George

  If you’re anything like us here in Logan, Utah, you’re sick of winter. Gray skies, hours on end shoveling snow off of your driveway (only to have to shovel it again the next day), and makes-your-teeth-chatter temperatures…    That’s just one of many reasons we’re so excited to announce the upcoming conference we’re attending in sunny (and warm!) St. George, Utah!   We’re attending the annual Utah Chapter of the International Code Council Conference

7 Oct 2016

Introducing iWorQ’s Citizen Engagement

  As a government entity, it is imperative to communicate with citizens and grasp their needs. iWorQ’s Citizen Engagement platform gives cities and counties tools to communicate with citizens in real-time. Citizen Engagement provides convenient methods for citizens to notify city and county leadership about issues in the community - including fallen trees, broken pipes, potholes, code violations, or even kudos for a job well done with any Internet-capable device, or via iWorQ's mobile app. Visible,

Access to the Right Tools for Stormwater Monitoring

"In the construction trade, the mantra is, ‘you must have the right hammer for the job.’ The same is true in stormwater monitoring: there’s an abundance of tools out there. So, do you need something simple or high tech for your program?” said Linda Robinson in a recent article from Stormwater.   Having the proper tools in stormwater management is crucial. It is imperative to get samples in a small time frame, but in a cost

2 Aug 2016

#iWorQ16 kicks off August 2

LOGAN, UT -  iWorQ hosts an Annual Training Conference as an opportunity for one-on-one teaching, to learn about iWorQ applications, to have fun, and meet iWorQ staff. During this two-day event, more than 200 public works and community development professionals travel from all over the country to The Riverwoods Conference Center in Logan.  iWorQ's training conference is an opportunity for iWorQ clients to become experts with the applications they rely on every day to manage

14 Jul 2016

Keynote speaker announced for #iWorQ16

LOGAN, UT -  iWorQ hosts an Annual Training Conference as an opportunity for one-on-one teaching, to learn about iWorQ applications, to have fun, and meet iWorQ staff. During this two-day event, attendees travel from all over the country to The Riverwoods Conference Center in Logan, UT.  iWorQ's training conference is an opportunity for iWorQ clients to become experts with the applications they rely on every day to manage work in their cities and counties.This year's

13 Jul 2016

Government Technology places iWorQ on top 100 companies focused on government customers list

 The editors of Government Technology together with e.Republic Labs, a sister organization focused on civic innovation and new market entrants, have developed the inaugural GovTech100, a listing of the leading 100 companies focused on government as a customer, having developed an innovative or disruptive offering to improve or transform government, or having created new models for delivering services.iWorQ's mission is "Service, NOT Software" so it's an honor for iWorQ to be included in a listing

11 Jul 2016

iWorQ updates pavement management system map

photo credit: Josh HoehneiWorQ's developers re-engineered the pavement management map to optimize use on a mobile device. The updates allow users to access and maneuver the map easily on a smartphone or tablet. Maps in iWorQ are data-rich and detailed, containing huge amounts of data which is relevant to the people on the ground - the people who collected it, including public works staff, surveyors, engineers, and other GIS professionals.iWorQ's updated map features include:Find your

18 May 2016

Celebrate Public Works Week 2016 with iWorQ

Art by Michael Crampton. Source: apwa.net"Public Works is the municipal equivalent of owning a home. It’s a never-ending effort to keep the lawn watered and mowed, house painted, roof intact, driveway smooth, sidewalks snow-free, landscaping trimmed, and taxes paid," said Stephanie Johnston in a recent article in Public Works magazine. Public works professionals in your community provide the infrastructure and services that you've come to rely upon in your daily life. National Public Works Week, instituted

10 May 2016

iWorQ adds functionality to plans review feature

Annotate and draw on plans with iWorQ's new plans review featurePlans review is an important piece of the permitting process in many cities and counties. iWorQ users have long been able to upload plans directly to permits as part of the process for review and approval. iWorQ recently developed additional functionality for plans review, which provides users with the following capabilities once a plan has been uploaded:Draw on plansAdd text to plansClear/UndoSave and view layers

iWorQ releases improved mobile GIS map

iWorQ's improved mobile GIS map is now availableiWorQ's improved mobile map is easy to use and loads quickly. This map has the ability to scale, adjust, or turn on and off layers. The new map gives users the options to:Drop points to create workMap the location of assetsBasic map tools, including Select, Pan, Zoom, and IdentifyDisplay data sets on the mapWhen using the map on a mobile device, users locate themselves with the click of