Tony Bisson, Maintenance Supervisor / Lucity Admin.
Clark Regional Waste Water District / Maintenance
How many people work with you in your department? 16
What version of Lucity are you currently using? 2015r2
How long has your organization been using Lucity? 2004??
Which solutions are you using? We currently are using Sewer, Fleet, facilities, FOG, Work, all sitting on and with a mature Esri GIS data system. We are a sewer collections only district but have a full Finance, Engineering and admin department doing a lot of design work and plan approvals in house. Our Cues CCTV, Esri, and Lucity are all tied together, with assets sharing the same unique ID across all three platforms. We have Android Tablets and iPads for our mobile solutions. Continue reading
We’re so excited to once again offer a two- or four-day training course that will share key information you need to know about Crystal Reports and Lucity. We’ll meet here at Lucity HQ in Overland Park, KS. We’ll get started around 8:30 each day, and we’ll be sure you’re well-fed while you’re here. We’ve also prepared some fantastic training guides so you can stay on track during class and when you head back home. Continue reading
Lucity, Inc. and eGovsolutions announce a partnership to bring LucityAM to Canada. “We’re excited to expand our target market with Canadian public-sector agencies through this partnership with eGovsolutions”, says Jim Graham (@LucityJim), Lucity’s Chief Operating Officer. Continue reading
by Luke Savage, Client Services Consultant
Over the past few years, we’ve been working hard to meet our clients’ rising expectations for delivering Lucity Mobile solutions for Enterprise Asset Management. Included in these efforts is collaborative efforts with clients to understand their existing IT infrastructures, and determine how to modernize to make best use of mobile solutions and devices. Continue reading
Get prepared for a nice (but big) change coming for Lucity databases for our SQL Server clients. Historically, Lucity data has been spread across 10 databases (Comm, User, Work, Sewer, Storm, Street, Park, Water, Equip, and Electric). In Lucity 2015r2 (August 2015), a wizard will be provided to combine these databases into a single Lucity database. Data in a single database provides so many advantages for our clients including:
- Simpler database backup and maintenance plans
- Easier addition of new Lucity products
- Better database file management
- Improved cross database reporting
- Streamlined database connection management
In addition to these advantages, it allows us at Lucity to support new license models, add cool new features faster, and improve the overall stability of the software. Continue reading
I’ve been hearing the term “analytics” used more often within the context of Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) system functionality, and have paused to consider what it means to us and our client community. We know that EAM systems like LucityAM are “data hungry”, and we can satisfy those appetites by feeding them mounds of facts and figures. But then what? How are we to apply analytics to transform raw data into actionable intelligence on which we can confidently base important decisions? Continue reading
People often ask what sets Lucity software apart in our marketplace. Although we recognize many advantages, topping the list is the expansive collection of Lucity Assets COTS software solutions. Expansive collection indeed – focused and integrated applications are available for utilities (Water, Electric, Sewer, Storm, Refuse & Recycling), transportation (Streets & Roads, Pavement, Bridges, Rights-of-Way, Signs, Signals, Street Lights, Traffic), green spaces (Parks, Trees), facilities (Plants, Facilities, Equipment), and fleet (Fleet).
What value do these solutions bring? Continue reading