How The Seattle Department Of Transportation Expects To Save $7 Million Within A Year Using dotMaps

So SDOT Director Scott Kubly started looking for a project management tool that would display all of the projects taking place within the city in order to coordinate between public and private agencies. So if two utilities started working in the same area, the tool would alert the project managers of the opportunity to coordinate in order to save construction costs and time. That is where SADA Systems came in…
Shortly after implementing dotMaps, the city of Seattle saw improvements in communication across agencies involving transportation construction projects. SDOT was able to coordinate 3% of city streets previously, but now it is able to coordinate 100% of city street projects.