Caroline Catches the LAMA
Updated: Jul 1, 2020
The Davenport Group (TDG) is proud to announce a new partnership with Caroline County, Maryland, which launched the LAMA software solution in September 2019. Caroline's looks forward to bringing their permitting and licensing processes fully online and integrating online inspections and plan review processes.
The County is home to 35,000 residents. County staff’s commitment to providing easily accessible and user-friendly service to the citizens in their community is evidenced by their selection of The Davenport Group as the software provider for their permitting, planning, licensing, and code enforcement needs.
With hundreds of clients throughout the U.S. and Canada, The Davenport Group offers noteworthy innovations in governmental software, along with exceptional customer service and unmatched accountability. TDG understands that in this day and age, local government needs to customize its processes to meet the needs of its community; the company thus tailors its premiere software suite, Land Management (LAMA), to the specifications of each client.
“We’re very pleased to be able to work with Crystal and the staff at Caroline County of who clearly care about making their processes as convenient as possible for their citizens,” said Ben Davenport, co-founder of TDG. “Through the process of implementing our software, we’re also able to support city staff in streamlining their procedures so that they gain efficiency without compromising the quality of their services.”
Located on the Maryland Eastern Shore in Delmarva Peninsula between the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic ocean, the County is known for its delicious scrapple, a favorite of the local population. The city has experienced a 21% growth rate since 2000.
The LAMA software was implemented in September 2019. For more information, contact TDG at (800) 640-0373.