CloudBench (BasicGov) announces new Parcel Updater tool for
New Parcel Updater is designed to allow local governments to easily update par
10.29.2009 – BasicGov announces its latest web-based software tool, the Parcel
Updater, to help local governments and municipality’s community planning
The new Parcel Updater is designed to allow local governments to easily update
parcel and owner information. It works with all BasicGov software products: Permits
& Inspections, Code Enforcement, and Planning.
Parcel Updater is easy to use. Whenever municipalities receive a new copy of
assessor data, staff simply run the Updater. New parcels (if any) will be added.
Owner information will be updated to reflect any sales or other changes in the
In addition, optional fields like zoning or assessed value can also be updated. When
BasicGov is setting up the Updater fields from the Assessor data are defined and
included in BasicGov updates. If the information is in the Assessor file it is easy to
bring it into the BasicGov system. Once there is agreement on which fields are
meaningful then the data is "mapped" and the control back into city staff hands. Staff
can run the Parcel Updater as often as needed.
The Updater is affordably priced at $500 - a one-time fee.*
The Parcel Updater is one small but powerful optional piece of the system that
requires installation on one computer somewhere in your network **. BasicGov
walks the users through the install (it's easy) and through the first update and then
staff are ready to go.
Contact BasicGov sales to find out more about the Parcel Updater -
* If the format of the city’s Assessor data changes in the future a "remap" to the data
is required with a purchase of a new Parcel Updater.
** If a city prefers to skip the whole installation process, BasicGov can run the parcel
update at a price of $200 per update.