Lucity is Heading West…to WEFTEC!

Plans are underway for the Lucity team to head west to WEFTEC next week. We’ll be in sunny Los Angeles from October 15 through 19 to take part in the world’s largest annual water quality exhibition. We’re excited for the opportunity to spend some time networking with our user group, and we’ll also be showcasing our latest developments with regard to the water and wastewater industry. We’re introducing a FOG (Fats, Oils and Grease) compliance software application that will track facilities, grease interceptors, haulers and receiving stations. All the data collected and tracked will feed to GIS, allowing users to visualize where grease trouble-spots might be coming from. We’ve also added an Industrial Pretreatment Compliance application that will track facilities and their required compliance testing. As with all of the assets the Lucity applications track and manage, this data can be visualized in a GIS.

We’d love to take a couple minutes to show you these latest enhancements, as well as any of the other Lucity applications for asset and maintenance management. Stop by Booth #1267  in the South Hall (across the aisle from Esri). We’ll have quite a team available for questions:

  • Chris Crupi :: West Region Manager
  • Jim Graham :: Chief Operating Officer
  • Joel Knight :: East Region Manager

If you can’t make it to the show but would like to see the latest Lucity developments, send us an email at or post a note in the comments below.

Lucity ACT 2011

The synergy and excitement generated by our annual user conference never ceases to amaze us. We’re proud that it has grown into such a strong event, from our first year with two concurrent tracks and 60 attendees to this year’s solid agenda with five full tracks and a much larger user group in attendance. We were so excited to show off our ever-improving web-based applications, and attendees also got a sneak peak at our smartphone application. But the true stars of the show were the user presentations. We had 20 presentations from Lucity users! We learned what is involved in preparing for emergencies, how to fully implement web-based citizen requests, about integrating Lucity with various applications your organization may already be using, how to use GIS to manage work orders and requests, and so much more. We made sure to include plenty of time for networking – the relationships we build and maintain each year keep our user group thriving. (Be sure to visit Lucity’s Facebook page for photos!)

In reviewing the comments we received from attendees, we came across one where a user claims to have had an “aha!” moment during one of our web application sessions. Did you have an “aha!” moment? Was there something that got you excited to head back to the office and implement something new?