West Chester Permit creates new web-based permit ordering system

By John Skelly10 March 2015

West Chester Permit, an oversize and overweight permit service company, has rolled out a new web-based permit ordering program named Atlas to better serve the specialized and heavy haul industry.

The system enables faster response to changing state, provincial and local permitting rules. Atlas also supports better integration with newer computer devices such as tablets and smart phones.

The new interface includes better equipment management, file upload capability and increased functionality. Through powerful data validations and additional automation, West Chester Permit’s permit technicians are more efficient and accurate.

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