ePermitting Customer Success: ASEZA Reduces Building Permit Processing Time with AutoVue

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Aqaba is a historic and beautiful coastal city in the southern part of Jordan. The economy of Aqaba is growing exponentially thanks to the Aqaba Special Economic Zone (ASEZ), which was established in 2001. The Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA) is the financial and administrative institution responsible for management, regulation, and development of the Aqaba Special Economic Zone (ASEZ). The rapid development of the special economic zone has led to numerous construction projects across the city, all of which require building permits! The process of application and approval of building permits faced challenges in the form of:


  • Inability to easily access, view, and review CAD documents, large-scale maps, scanned images and office documents that were part of the building permits and stored in Oracle Universal Content Management, which led to errors, undue costs and inefficient collaboration

  • Lengthy building permit application processing times

  • Maintaining several free (but inefficient) image and document viewers that led to escalating IT costs and complexity



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The use of Oracle's AutoVue enterprise visualization integrated with Oracle Universal Content Management (UCM) led to a 50% reduction of building permit processing time, increased transparency thanks to improved visibility of documents for key stakeholders, and a reduction in IT and training costs across the organization. How did they do it? To learn more, read the complete snapshot here

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