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FCT News

– Nov 2016: City of Attleboro joins Full Circle for E-Permitting.

– Sept 2016: Town of Southwick signs up for E-Permitting with Full Circle.

– Aug 2016: The Town of Danvers upgrades its Building Department software to Full Circle’s PermitEyes E-permitting program.

– Jul 2016: The City of Methuen upgrades its Building Department software to Full Circle’s PermitEyes E-permitting program.

– Jun 2016: The City of Pittsfield’s legacy software program with over a million records spanning across nine departments was successfully ported into Permiteyes to further simplify its departmental operations.

– Jun 2016: The Town of Middleborough selects Full Circle and PermitEyes as its E-permitting vendor for its Building Department.

– May 2016: The Town of Clinton (CT) upgrades its Building Department software to Full Circle’s PermitEyes E-permitting program.

– Apr 2016: Permiteyes is selected by TriTown Health for its online Health Permits for the Towns of Lee, Lenox, and Stockbridge.

– Mar 2016: Permiteyes is selected by the Berkshire Board of Health Regional Alliance as its E-permitting solution for 7 communities as part of a Regional Board of Health solution. Another 6 communities will join this solution in the latter part of 2016.

– Feb 2016: Permiteyes is selected by the City of Pittsfield for its Planning Department

– Jan 2016: Permiteyes is selected by Town of New Marlborough for its Building Department.

– Dec 2015: The Braintree Board of Health decides to go with PermitEyes after a successful implementation of its Building department on Permiteyes.

– Nov 2015: The City of Chicopee selects Full Circle as its E-permitting vendor to automate its Building, Planning and Fire Departments by using its PermitEyes program

– Oct 2015: The Town of Adams joins Permiteyes along with 13 other Berkshire communities for its Building Department.

– Sep 2015: The Town of Alford Building Dept signs up for PermitEyes.

– Aug 2015: Egremont joins the growing PermitEyes family by switching to Permiteyes for its Building department.

– Jul 2015: Permiteyes was selected by Town of Middlefield for its Building Department.

– Jul 2015: The Town of Williamstown selects PermitEyes for its Building department.

– Jun 2015: The Town of Stockbridge selects Permiteyes for its Building Department .

– May 2015: Town of Easton Board of Health goes live with PermitEyes .

– Apr 2015: Permiteyes is selected by the City of Pittsfield for its Building Department.

– Mar 2015: The City of Pittsfield selects Permiteyes for its Board of Health,and Complaints.

– Feb 2015: Permiteyes was selected by Town of Braintree for Building Department.

– Jan 2015: Permiteyes was selected by Town of Hingham for Building Department.

– Dec 2014: Berkshire Regional Planning Commission wins the prestigeous “Excellence in Technology” awward for successfully integrating member communities using PermitEyes.

– Nov 2014: Town of Easton select Permiteyes for three departments.Board of Health, Fire and Police. Easton is already using Permiteyes for Conservation Commission, Building, City Clerk and Selectman for last year

– Oct 2014: Town of Great Barrington will go online in a record time by selecting Permiteyes. By oct end Great Barrington will be live for public.

– Sept 2014: Town of Middlefield and New Marlborough joins the other Berkshire towns on PermitEyes. The contractor will now able to manage online permit on these two towns also on same control panel.

– Aug 2014: Permiteyes was selected by Town of Maynard for three departments. Building Department, Board of Health and Complaints.

– Jul 2014: Easton select Permiteyes for three departments. Building, City Clerk and Selectman. Easton is already using Permiteyes for Conservation Commission for last few years

– May 2014: Vectoreyes new version now supports Google Maps and MASSGIS Map services.

– Mar 2014: The new version of VectorEyes based on HTML5 Canvass launched for new browsers.

– Jan 2014: Frankline Regional Council of Govt decide to Host Board of Health also on Permiteyes after three years of successful run of Permiteyes in Building Dept.

– Dec 2013 Hanson Board of Health decides to go with PermitEyes after successful implementation of Building permit application on Permiteyes.

– Oct 2013: Marshfield goes online with the Dog module on Permiteyes platform. Citizens will able to renew the dog licenses online and pay the fees also online.

– Sep 2013: FCT Launches it new version of permitting with integration to Microsoft Outlook.

– Jul 2013: Trip ticket and Transfer station application now integrated with Weigh-bridge terminal to record the load on truck.

– May 2013: Two more communitites in MA sign for PermitEyes.

– Mar 2013: Methuen moves all (five) of its permitting applications hosted on PermitEyes to the towns internal server without even one hour of downtime.

– Jan 2013: The Town of Bridgewater successfully launched online permitting the site from their own internal server.

– Dec 2012: Permiteyes activates online payment gateway for their customers. Now Applicants can pay the fees online using credit card or online banking.

– Oct 2012: The mobile module for Inspector launched for Android devices. Now the Mobile module will work on Windows as well as Android devices from the field.

– Aug 2012: Full Circle Technologies, Inc. was awarded the prestigious 2012 Best of Boston Award in the Computer Services category by the U.S. Local Business Association (USLBA) for the 4th year in a row! The USLBA recognizes outstanding local businesses throughout the country. Each year, the USLBA identifies companies that they believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category.

– Jun 2012; Methuen Police selects Permiteyes for their OSD invoicing.

– May 2012: Hanson BOH moves to PermitEyes after five years of successful implementation of Building Dept. Building Dept also upgrade PermitEyes to new Version.

– Mar 2012: Methuen Recreation stopped paper process completely after successful run for one year on Permiteyes. More than 1500 children registered for programs on PermitEyes.

– Jan 2012: Methuen Weights and Measures completed three years of their use of online PermitEyes. Other departments prepare to adopt Permiteyes.

– Dec 2011: FCT signs the contract with a regional council for supplying PermitEyes software for all its member municipalities. The expert committee of the regional council decided to go with PermitEyes after careful evaluation of all Permitting software. PermitEyes was chosen based on the superior functionality, userfriendly interface and very high value for tax payers money.

– Nov 2011: FCT launches its special PermitEyes-Lite a simplified version for “Burning Permits” for small communities. The application will be available as product or as service depending on the communitites requirements.

– Oct 2011: PermitEyes now fully integrated with Kindle 6.2 the next generation mobile-device.

– Oct 2011: FCT signs with one more town for its new improved version of the Online Permitting Software.

– Sept 2011: Fire and Police department now integrated with PermitEyes.

– Aug 2011: In a path breaking development, FRCOG decides to allow Applicants in 15 communities under Regional Planning Agency (FRCOG) to print their PEG permits from home

– Jul 2011: Regional Planning Agency (FRCOG) goes live with 15 communities in Massachusetts using Full Circle’s online building permitting software solution. These communities have gone from paper applications to 100 percent online in the space of a day!

– Jun 2011: Town of Danvers goes live with Full Circle’s Board of Health Complaints module.

– May 2011 The Salem News: The new permit-sharing software, by a company called Full Circle Technologies of Boston, has allowed officials to identify delinquent dogs in Danvers

– March 2011: Full Circle successfully tests its mobile permitting inspection solution on the Android platform.

– Feb 2011 Applicants can apply and track the process for permit using their mobile phones in town of Marshfield.

– Jan 2011 City of Methuen purchases Full Circle’s online Dog Permitting solution

– Dec 2010: Full Circle Technologies signs permitting contract with a prestigious Regional Planning Agency, with over 20 member towns.

– Nov 2010: Full Circle Technologies, Inc. was awarded the prestigious 2010 Best of Boston Award in the Computer Services category by the U.S. Local Business Association (USLBA) for the 3rd year in a row! The USLBA recognizes outstanding local businesses throughout the country. Each year, the USLBA identifies companies that they believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category.

– Oct 2010: Full Circle Technologies is proud to announce the implementation of online payments for its customers with UniBank, a leading provider of online payments in New England. Now town residents can apply for permits and licences online and can also pay for those permits and licences without leaving their homes and offices

– Sept 2010: Full Circle Technologies, successfully started its SMS alert facility (on mobile).Now applicants can receive reminders about the approaching deadlines, pending inspections and lot more on their mobile phones.

– Aug 2010: Full Circle Technologies signs a contract for its online MA Planning and Zoning module which allows town residents and town planning departments to experience the efficiencies and convenience built into this ground breaking online software program.

– Jul 2010: The inspection module on Mobile phones tested successfully for two towns using latest solution from FCT.

– Jul 2010: The all new permitting application under TAM (Town Administration and Management) goes live in a town in Massachhusetts.

– May 2010 One more town signs a contract to move their “Conservation Commission” process online with FCT.

– April 2010: We have been selected to be on the Massachusetts state contract for BOTH our GIS services and our Online Permitting solutions! Now, if you are considering implementing a new GIS service or permitting solution, you can go straight to Full Circle Technologies without having to contend with an expensive and time-consuming RFP/bidding process.

– April 2010: FCT is pleased to announce its participation in the annual Eastern States Building Officials Trade Show on April 5th in Newport, Rhode Island.

– March 2010: FCT launches its new on-line dog licensing program. Now residents have the convenience of being able to apply for dog licences online, and city/town officials can ensure that safety and health issues re dogs are properly addressed and licensing revenues are accurately maximized”

– Feb 2010: FCT is proud to announce the first installation of its ground-breaking online Harbormasters program. Residents can, from the convenience of their homes, apply for slip, marina, mooring, and tender permits online. The Town can now efficiently manage and track the various permits and their related fees effectively and accurately.”

– Jan 2010: FullCircle Technologies signed a contract for Supply of Harbormaster Management Software.

– Dec 2009: Two more towns started using FCT’s IPAQ module for field Inspections. This will allow the inspectors to Hot-Sync their comments on the town’s server directly from the field.

– Nov 2009: It was commendable the way FCT could understand and convert our complicated conservation processes into an online software product in such a short time” – Head Conservation Commision.

– Sept 2009: FCT completes testing and starts marketing a full online Town Automation System. ANY municipal process can be handled by this state-of-the-art software, be it Recreation, Fire, Harbormaster, Dog licences, Building Permits, Liquor licences. This is a truly breakthrough product, and one of its kind!

– October 2008: Building officials appreciated Full Circle Technologies’s Online Applications at the New England Building Officials Seminar, at UMASS Amherst, MA.

– August 2008: New Ipswich, MA, a thriving community in south central New Hampshire, signed a contract with Full Circle Technologies to web-enable its GIS, using VectorEyes.

– July 2008: Ashland, MA, ideally located halfway between the cities of Boston and Worcester, signed a contract with Full Circle Technologies to web-enable its GIS, using VectorEyes.

– June 2008: Taos County, New Mexico, seated on the high-desert mesa at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, signed a contract with Full Circle Technologies to web-enable its GIS, using VectorEyes.

– May 2008: The Town of Derry, New Hampshire hosted a seminar given by Full Circle Technologies on its online Permitting/ Licensing solution, which allows applications for permits/ licences to be submitted over the internet. Five towns from New Hampshire attended the seminar. The Town of Derry is currently using Full Circle’s online permitting, Board of Health, and Planning and Zoning solutions.

– April 2008: Full Circle Technologies presented its online Permitting/ Licensing solution, which allows applications for permits/ licences to be submitted over the internet at the 2008 Massachusetts Building Official Conference in Taunton MA. Over 17 communities attended the presentaion.

– March 2008: The Town of North Haven, Connecticut hosted a seminar given by Full Circle Technologies on its online Permitting/ Licensing solution, which allows applications for permits/ licences to be submitted over the internet. Over a dozen Connecticut towns/ cities attended the seminar. The Town of North Haven is currently using Full Circle’s online permitting solution.

– February 2008: Full Circle Technologies announced the launch of its online Complaints module which allows residents to submit complaints online over the internet into Town Hall. The program tracks each complaint submitted, and also manages communications within and between departments as well as with the resident until the complaint is finally resolved.

– January 2008: our booth #1822 generated enormous interest during the MMA Trade Show, Hynes Center, Boston

– October 2007: Senior Municipality officials visited our Booth on Wednesday at the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities, at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford, CT

– October 2007: We presented Online Permitting and Licencing solution, at the New England Building Officials Association meeting in Amherst, MA.

– August 2007: Permitting Application on .NET platform launched.

– July 2007: Board of Health module goes live on our Online Permitting and Licencing solution for two communities.

– June 2007: Online Permitting and Licencing solution now includes module for Fire, and Zoning Permits also.

– June 2007 Support for viewing and querying Lotus Notes data from within our Online Permitting and Licencing solution now activated.

– May 2007: Online Permitting and Licencing solution now includes module for Planning Permits.

– April 2007: Town of Nahant MA has signed a contract to implement Full Circle’s breakthrough Permitting and Licensing solution.

– March 2007: A dedicated new faster server now goes Online for Permitting and Licencing applications. The applications can be accessed much faster. The new server will also have added security features activated.

– February 2007: Online Permitting and Licencing solution now supports IPAQ module that will allow the inspectors to write their comments on an IPAQ at the site even when not connected to the server (offline) and hot-synch all the inspections with a click of one button.

– January 2007: Our Booth 1842 was put up at the Mass Municipal Assocation’s annual meeting at the Hynes Convention Center

– November 2006: Please join us on November 15th at 9:00 AM for a WEBINAR on our Online Permitting and Licensing Product. Places are limited! Please RSVP by November 10th. Please email us at mail@fullcircletech.com , or call us at 617-367-3553.

– October 2006: The City of Methuen, MA has signed a contract to implement Full Circle’s new, breakthrough Permitting and Licensing product.

– September 2006: The Town of Westford, MA, has signed a contract to implement Full Circle’s new, breakthrough Permitting and Licensing product.

– September 2006: The Town of Halifax, MA has signed a contract with Full Circle technologies to web-enable its GIS, using VectorEyes

– August 2006: The Town of North Haven, Connecticut, has signed a contract to implement Full Circle’s new, breakthrough Permitting and Licensing product.

– August 2006: The Town of Wareham, MA has started the implementation of Full Circle’s new, breakthrough Permitting and Licensing product.

– Jul 2006: The Town of Oak Bluffs, MA has signed a contract to install Full Circle’s new, breakthrough Permitting and Licensing product.

– June 2006: The All-American city of Pharr, Texas, signed a contract with Full Circle technologies to web-enable its GIS, using VectorEyes.

– May 2006: The Town of Derry, New Hampshire, has signed a contract to install Full Circle’s new, breakthrough Permitting and Licensing product. This web-based permitting and licensing management application is linked to the Town’s GIS, and will allow the Town’s residents to apply for permits online, and will also allow key Town departments to review and manage the entire permitting and licensing process from any internet connection.

– February 2006: The Town of Kennebunkport, Maine signed a contract with Full Circle technologies to web-enable its GIS, using VectorEyes.

– February 2006: The Town of Marshfield, MA signed a contract with Full Circle technologies to web-enable its GIS, using VectorEyes

– December 2005: Come visit us at Booth 1842 at the MMA show at the Hynes Auditorium in Boston, Massachusetts on January 13-14, 2006.

– December 2005: The Town of Hanson, MA, has just purchased Full Circle’s new, breakthrough Permitting and Licensing product. This web-based permitting and licensing management application is linked to the Town’s GIS, and will allow the Town’s residents to apply for permits online, and will also allow key Town departments to review and manage the entire permitting and licensing process from any internet connection.

– October 2005: The Town of Cortlandt,New York, has signed a contract to set up a Historical Portal, using Full Circle’s web-based product, VectorEyes. This innovative web-site will allow visitors to experience the rich history of the Town, from a map-based view.

– September 2005: The City of Marathon, FL, in the heart of the Florida Keys, signed on with Full Circle Technologies to web-enable its GIS, using VectorEyes. This vibrant tropical city reviewed several alternatives before settling on VectorEyes due to its ease of implementation and maintenance.

– August 2005: The Town of Foxborough, MA, home of the New England Patriots, signed on with Full Circle Technologies to web-enable its GIS, using VectorEyes.

– June 2005: We welcome the City of Malden, MA to our roster of clients. This burgeoning city has contracted to create its first GIS with Full Circle Technologies, and once this is complete, will use VectorEyes to put this GIS on its website and mobile surveying equipment.

– June 2005: The Town of Tewksbury, MA signed on with Full Circle Technologies to web-enable its GIS, using VectorEyes.

– June 2005: The Boston Redevelopment Authority has just signed a contract with Full Circle Technologies to help it update and modify some key layers in its enterprise GIS.

– June 2005: The Town of Chelmsford, MA, one of Full Circle’s first customers to use its web-viewer, VectorEyes, has just signed a new agreement to both upgrade its site, as well as to jointly develop some new product enhancements that will add more functionality to the current site.

– May 2005: The Martha’s Vineyard Planning Commision has just signed a contract to web-enable its GIS using Full Circle’s web-based solution, VectorEyes. This Massachusetts based Regional Planning Agency is responsible for six towns and was looking for a way to web-enable its considerable inventory of GIS maps, and after looking at several soltions, selected VectorEyes.

– May 2005: The Town of North Haven, Connecticut has just signed a contract to web-enable its GIS using Full Circle’s web-based solution, VectorEyes. In the words of a town official, “VectorEyes is the solution will provide the glue which pulls all of our GIS information together in a simple yet powerful and cost-effective manner.”

– February 2005: The Town of Arlington, MA has just signed a contract to web-enable its GIS using Full Circle’s web-based product VectorEyes. This will allow this town of 40,000 plus inhabitants to significantly enhance the services it provides to its residents at a very reasonable cost.

– January 2005: Massachusetts Municipal Association Meeting: Come visit us at Booth #1842.

– December 2004: The Town of Milford (MA) will be using Full Circle’s GIS services to help implement the IMC GIS module for its Police Department.

– November 2004: The Town of Bourne, MA, will be using Full Circle’s GIS services to help implement the IMC GIS module for its Police Department.

– October 2004: The City of Pawtucket, RI, will be using Full Circle’s GIS services to help implement the IMC GIS module for its Police Department.

– September 2004: Come visit us at Booth 31 at NEARC from September 19-22 in Lake Placid, New York.

– August 2004: The Town of Medway (MA) has signed a contract to web-enable the town’s GIS using the Full Circle’s web-based product, VectorEyes.

– July 2004: The Town of Dartmouth (MA) has signed a contract to web-enable the town’s GIS using Full Circle’s web-based product, VectorEyes.

– June 2004: The Town of Nahant (MA) has signed a contract to web-enable the town’s GIS using Full Circle’s web-based product, VectorEyes.

– May 2004: Come visit us at Booth 36 at NEGIS 2004 in Boxborough, MA

– April 2004: The Town of Cortlandt,New York, has signed a contract to web-enable the town’s GIS using Full Circle’s web-based product, VectorEyes.

– February 2004: Full Circle Technologies announces that it has signed a contract with the town of Sturbridge (MA) to implement a complete GIS. It has also signed a contract to web-enable the town’s GIS, once it is implemented, by using Full Circle’s web-based product, VectorEyes.

– February 2004: The Town of Wareham, Massachusetts has signed a contract to web-enable the town’s GIS using Full Circle’s web-based product, VectorEyes. Full Circle will also be updating the town’s parcel maps.

– January 2004: Come visit us at Booth 1840 at the MMA show at the Hynes Auditorium in Boston, Massachusetts.

– October 2003: Come visit us at Booth 42 at NEARC 2003 in Newport, Rhode Island, November 2-5.

– September 2003: The town of Highland, Illinois has signed a contract to web-enable the town’s GIS using Full Circle’s web-based product, VectorEyes.

– August 2003: GIS MONITOR: The Town of Hanson, Massachusetts has signed a contract to web-enable the town’s GIS using Full Circle’s web-based product, VectorEyes.

– July 2003: GIS MONITOR: The town of Bedford, Massachusetts has signed a contract to Web-enable the town’s GIS by using Full Circle’s Web-based product, VectorEyes.

– June 2003: GIS MONITOR: The town of Hillsborough, New Hampshire, has signed a contract to Web-enable the town’s GIS by using the company’s VectorEyes product.

– June 2003: Boston, Masschusetts: Full Circle Technologies announced a donation worth $12500 of their web-based software product,VectorEyes(TM)(C)(pat.pend.)to the Lighthouse Kids (http://lighthousekids.com/) which will allow engineers to work with lighthouse blueprints over the internet. The Lighthouse Kids are a group of seventh grade kids from the North Hampton School, NH who are trying to save and preserve the White Island Lighthouse, New Hampshire’s only offshore lighthouse, and an important piece of New England history.

– May 2003: Full Circle Technologies announces a donation grant to McGill University, Montreal, Canada worth $23,000, as part of their support and commitment to the Social Science and Humanities Research Council Initiative for a New Economy (SSHRC-INE) entitled, Building the Canadian Spatial Social Science Infrastructure.

– May 2003: The City of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, will be utilizing Full Circle Technologies’ Web-product, VectorEyes to web-enable its GIS.

– May 2003: The City of Manassas Park, Virginia has selected Full Circle Technologies’ Web-product, VectorEyes to Web-enable its GIS.

– May 2003: GIS MONITOR:The City of Manassas Park, Virginia has selected Full Circle Technologies’ Web-product, VectorEyes to Web-enable its GIS.

– April 2003: GIS MONITOR: Full Circle Technologies signed a contract with the town of Croton-on Hudson, New York, to web-enable that towns’ GIS using Full Circle’s web-product, VectorEyes.

– March 2003: GIS MONITOR: Full Circle Technologies has signed contracts with the towns of Burrillville, Rhode Island, and Highland, Illinois, to web-enable those towns’ GISs using Full Circle’s web-product, VectorEyes.

– February 2003: Full Circle Technologies is pleased to announce that it has now been approved by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as a GIS Technical Specialist under the Statewide Blanket Contract.

– January 2003: Full Circle Technologies signed a contract with the town of Westborough, MA, to web-enable that towns’ GIS using Full Circle’s web-product, VectorEyes.

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