Category: Case Study

New West’s Adoption of Camino Unifies Development Services

One of the earliest British Columbia agencies to partner with Camino, The City of New Westminster, unified its customer operations with Camino’s Workflow engine bringing automation to how permit submittals are handled across multiple departments. By deploying Camino, the City found a seamless way to address residents’ pain points while optimizing the department’s operations. New […]

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Camino’s Permit Guide enables Fairfax County’s land use agencies to unify data and create a brand new customer experience.

Check out our latest case study from Fairfax County, VA! Today, Fairfax County uses Camino Guides to unify data across all the agency’s departments while streamlining communication with residents. Camino achieved this alongside the county’s existing Accela system. Camino’s Permit Guide has enabled Fairfax County’s land use agencies to work together to create a brand-new […]

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Camino enables booming McKinney, TX to sustain growth

We’re excited to share our newest case study from McKinney, TX! The City’s Development Services Department partnered with Camino to deploy Camino’s Permit Guide (the City calles it “DNA” or Development Navagation Assistant) to manage and sustain the City’s ongoing growth by simplifying the permit process for residents and businesses. Read more below:

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Saratoga’s Building Official Implements Camino in 5 Months

Building Official Self-Implements Camino, Becomes Catalyst for Change Keith Weiner is the Building Official for the City of Saratoga, California. He is dedicated to modernizing the city’s building department to ensure it is the most effective for its citizens and streamlined for his staff. During the pandemic of 2020, Keith took the initiative to find […]

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“In times of significant staff shortages, Camino saved our operations” – Check out our new case study with Syracuse, NY!

We’re thrilled to release our latest case study with the City of Syracuse! The city has been working with Camino for the pass two years to completely overhaul how permit applications are submitted and tracked online. As the city has faced increasing staff shortages the software’s automation and ease of use has been a lifesaver. […]

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