The {NEW} Lucity Legacy Award

Last week at our Annual Conference & Training (ACT) we introduced the Lucity Legacy Award and recognized three recipients during our Plenary Session. We’re so excited about the opportunity to recognize some members of the Lucity family, and we wanted to share some highlights with you.

The Lucity Legacy Award was developed to shine a light on individuals or organizations within the Lucity family who continually demonstrate a desire to raise the bar. The recipients of the Lucity Legacy Award are leaving an impact on their organizations, their teams, or their communities and we are proud to acknowledge and celebrate these accomplishments. Award recipients will be recognized annually at our Annual Conference & Training, and a plaque of recognition will hang at Lucity Headquarters.

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Join the Lucity team!

As the Lucity client family continues to grow, our staffing needs continue to grow as well. We’re looking to add a few fantastic individuals to our team….so let us know if you’re the right person!

Take a look at our listings for full details regarding the following openings and email with questions or to apply.




Staff Spotlight >> Trey Wheeler

In celebration of his 10th anniversary at Lucity, we’re shining a spotlight on Trey Wheeler. Congratulations on your anniversary Trey!!

Trey Wheeler (@LucityTrey)


My job title is…

Ambassador of Awesome – Though I’m ready for a promotion. Perhaps Venerable Awesome Incarnate. Y’know, just something humble.

But here’s what I really do…

Dream, Code, CTrey2reate. I establish best practices and support our client side development; Emphasizing maintainability and user experience.

I’m making a difference at Lucity by…

Conquering new platforms, enhancing the user experience, and empowering my fellow developers.

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Staff Spotlight >> Luke Savage

In celebration of his 5th anniversary at Lucity, we’re shining a spotlight on Luke Savage. Congratulations on your anniversary Luke!

Luke Savage, Client Services Consultant


My job title is…

Client Services Consultant

But here’s what I really do…

It really depends on the day and year.  You’ll notice me pop up from time to time.  To me and to Lucity, clients come first and I generally fill the gabs in client services.  In various ways, I support sales in new client system assessments.  Also, I help our help desk staff and work with implementers on an ongoing basis.  Recently, I’ve been writing specialized documentation that will help implementers and clients alike.  For Regional User Groups, I help in preparation and planning.  We look forward to Regional User Groups every year.  As for day to day operations, the list is astronomical but in every case I’m here to help our users and Lucity staff be successful in using Lucity and Esri Software.  For Lucity business partners, I’m a Liaison to Esri working with Jim Graham on the business partner relationship.  By the way, Esri and Lucity are doing well together.  We’ve grown closer not only technologically but also in business focus.  I’m pleased with the progress we’ve made in a few short years.

 I’m making a difference at Lucity by…

Being the workhorse where needed.

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Staff Spotlight >> Roy McGregor

RoyRoy McGregor (@LucityRoy)


My job title is… Development Dragon

But here’s what I really do… Develop modules for the web and fix bugs in the web software.

I’m making a difference at Lucity by… Trying to understand how the modules by asking questions when something doesn’t make sense to me. In order for the code to work flawlessly I need to know how it will be used.

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When Great Minds Come Together…

20150216_140227Earlier this week we closed Lucity Headquarters and dedicated the entire day to a corporate meeting. On paper that sounds like a long, boring day spent guzzling coffee to fight off yawns. But those of us at Lucity know better. Our day included sneak peaks at new software development, speed ‘dating’ at lunch, a taste of what our clients experience during implementation, and it ended with a few intense games of ping pong, darts and pool. You know, just a typical day here at Lucity. Continue reading