Government Code Enforcement Software

iWorQ’s government code enforcement software provides your agency with the ability to track violations, permits, inspections, licenses, and more.   iWorQ Code Enforcement: Tracks activities, inspections, documentation, status, type of violation, as well as the property address and GIS location of a problem. Is an easy-to-use Internet application allows agencies to create and schedule activities, inspections, and track the progress …

iWorQ Logo For City Websites

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Accept Credit Cards through iWorQ

Did you know? iWorQ Systems Inc., the leader in cloud-based management applications for cities and counties, now tracks and accepts credit cards. Do you want constituents and contractors to apply for permits or licenses online? With iWorQ’s public portal, members of your community can complete the entire process online, including filling out the application, submitting payment with a credit or …

iWorQ User Conference 2014 Registration

    iWorQ is hosting our 2014 Annual User Conference here in Logan, Utah! August 12th and 13th     Dear iWorQ User,   It’s that time of year again! iWorQ’s User Conference is here. Come enjoy a world class agenda for 2 days of seminars, one-on-one time with our techs, delicious food, and fun activities! Don’t miss this great …

Accept Credit Cards via iWorQ

Accept Credit Cards iWorQ Systems Inc. the leader in web-based software for cities and counties has begun implementing the ability to track and accept credit cards in all of our applications. iWorQ has the ability to securely process the credit card payments you receive and process them to an account of your choice.  If you are interested in learning more …

Governments Going Mobile with iWorQ’s Request App

The iWorQ Request app is available on Apple and Droid phones; allowing local governments to receive and create service requests.  About iWorQ’s app iWorQ is a company that empowers local government with affordable web-based solutions. Recently iWorQ has released a mobile app for smartphones to allow for easier access and management of service requests. Without something to track requests, many …

Converting Data from Blackbear or PTWIN32

Outlined here is what it takes to switch from an old permitting software system to iWorQ’s web-based permitting solution. Most of iWorQ’s permit customers were converted from an existing software system. Recently we converted several local government agencies that were using Blackbear Systems or PTWIN32. Converting the data The primary steps of the process include: Identifying the types of permits …

Now Servicing Over 60 Customers in Texas

Texas Municipal Software iWorQ Systems, a provider in local government management solutions, now has over 60 customers in Texas. Many local governments like our Texas customers have previously used products such as PTWIN32 or Tidemark to track their data; iWorQ has great solutions for taking this existing data and implementing it into a customized tracking system. One particular customer in …

iWorQ’s 2013 User Conference

Come join us for 2 days of seminars, one-on-one time with our techs, delicious food, and fun activities! Don’t miss this great opportunity to meet the staff here at iWorQ Systems and become better familiarized with your iWorQ applications. Not only will our customers receive training and tips on how to better use the programs, but we will also enjoy …

iWorQ Compatibility: Devices & Tablets

iWorQ Systems, a provider of local government management solutions, uses web-based programs that make tracking and managing a simple process. A large benefit of using iWorQ’s web-based software is the ability to access the program online from multiple devices. iWorq Mobile Use Survey – Permit Management We recently conducted a survey with our Permit Management and Code Enforcement users, asking …