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e-PlanSoft: A Connector to the Cloud

e-PlanSoft: A Connector to the Cloud


IRVINE, Calif. — Aug. 2, 2022:  e-PlanSoft™ is a “Connector to the Cloud.” The leading developer and provider of cloud-based electronic plan review solutions continues to make strides in the industry and was recently featured in a news story from Connected World, a respected publication in the technology industry. In collaboration with Accela and Velosimo, e-PlanSoft™ is highlighted as an improvement in the plan-review process for the City of High Point, NC.

An excerpt from the Connected World story:

Purchasing additional applications might only add to the problem if they were not capable to being connected properly. High Point found an answer with two providers. e-PlanSoft, a developer and provider of cloud-based electronic plan review solutions, and Velosimo, a provider of bidirectional connectors to integrate e-PlanSoft’s e-PlanReview with the Accela Civic Platform.

e-PlanReview provides a set of markup tools and features developed specifically for plan reviews and represents an improvement in how plan reviews will be performed. The city will also benefit from e-PlanReview’s flexible viewing and versioning options, as well as easy and practical re-submittals. Integration will be handled by Carahsoft Technology Corp., a specialist in government IT projects.

About e-PlanSoft
e-PlanSoft™ develops industry-leading cloud-based electronic document review software that assists governmental agencies, construction and manufacturing industries, developers, and owners with their plan review, design review, product review, construction, and asset review management in real-time. Visit www.eplansoft.com for more.


About High Point, NC

A globally-connected community, High Point earns its nicknames as North Carolina’s International City™ and Home Furnishings Capital of the World™.  High Point is located alongside Greensboro and Winston-Salem in the Piedmont Triad region of North Carolina, the nation’s 33rd largest metro area with a population exceeding 1.7 million. The region has a workforce of over 835,000 and boasts 16 colleges and universities with more than 115,000 students.