Oracle Launches Land Use and Development Software

The product uses artificial intelligence to manage zoning, code enforcement, and permitting for local governments.
October 31, 2018, 8am PDT | Elana Eden
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Local and state governments could soon automate some land-use functions with a new software product from Oracle, Ben Miller reports in Government Technology.

Oracle's Public Sector Community Development product will use machine learning, chatbots, and other mobile technologies to manage core local government functions, beginning with community development issues like land use management, zoning, and code enforcement. It will eventually expand to include business and professional licensing.

Similar systems are available from companies like Tyler Technologies and Accela, but Oracle is targeting its product to small governments with low IT budgets, Miller reports.

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Published on Monday, October 15, 2018 in Government Technology
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