Northwest Regional User Group Meeting

It was a gorgeous, rainy day at the Lucity Northwest Regional User Group meeting in Vancouver, WA.  Even though the Northwest was hammered by extreme weather the previous week, many devoted Lucity users were determined to attend and made the journey from different parts of Washington and Oregon.  Clark Regional Wastewater District hosted this varied group of over 60 attendees. The day consisted of Lucity software demonstrations, user presentations and plenty of time to network and share successes.

Lucity’s Chris Crupi, West Region Manager, and Luke Savage, Client Services Consultant, started the day with a presentation highlighting what’s new in Lucity v7.3.  But the real highlights of Lucity user group meetings are presentations given by our users. Last week’s meeting focused on two pinnacle organizations that use different software tools, daily processes and analytical techniques resulting in their ideal solution and raising awareness for their constituents.

Tony Bisson from Clark Regional Wastewater District first presented on the District’s use of a Replacement and Rehab Capital Program utilizing GIS and the Lucity Rehab module.  They also shared their goals in further developing this program to fully utilize all that the Lucity Rehab application encompasses.  This is one of the biggest GIS data model efforts we’ve seen!

Ryan Sandhu and Jeff Van Note from Clean Water Services shared their experiences using SSRS (SQL Server Reporting Services) with Lucity.  We’re constantly amazed at the many ways our users find to extend the data Lucity manages, and in this case, create a robust reporting tool for the web.

We would like to thank everyone who attended the NW RUG meeting for providing great feedback and continuing to embrace Lucity.  We look forward to continuing to work with you as we improve and develop the Lucity software family.

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