News Releases


General Code Joins The International Code Council Family of Companies

General Code LLC is excited to become a part of the International Code Council (ICC) Family of Companies, starting November 15, 2017.

The Code Council, a 64,000-member association, is the global market leader in developing model codes and standards used in the design, build, and compliance process. With more than five decades of leadership in codification services and content management solutions for local municipalities in 26 states, General Code is a renowned market leader in the industry. Our mutually beneficial partnership with The Code Council provides an excellent complement to our product and service portfolio.

We will continue to be a values-based company, and clients can expect the same high level of attention and service they have experienced over the years. We will retain all employees and remain in our current location. Ultimately, this is a union of two like-minded companies with similar missions and goals centered on adding value for our clients.

We look forward to the possibilities our partnership will provide. Thank you for taking this exciting journey with us!


 

  • Top Digital Counties Recognizes Tompkins & Oneida

    The 2015 Digital County Survey results are in, and 22 Laserfiche customers made the list of winners (including several of General Codes’ clients)! The annual Digital Counties Survey examines the overall technology programs and plans of participating counties and recognizes those that use technology to improve citizen service and boost efficiencies. In the announcement, The Center for Digital Government noted that several technology trends are evident in the surveyed counties’ technology plans, including Shared Services, Transparency, Public Portals and e-government.

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  • Tompkins County in the news: Tompkins County Shared Services Electronic Records Repository Recognized as 2015 Harvard Ash Center Bright Idea in Government

    The Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, recognized today the Tompkins County Shared Services Electronic Records Repository as part of the 2015 Bright Ideas program. This year’s cohort includes 124 programs from all levels of government—school districts; county, city, state, and federal agencies; as well as public-private partnerships—that are at the forefront in innovative government action.

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  • 2014 Laserfiche Winners Circle VAR

    February 3, 2014 (ROCHESTER, NY) – General Code announced today that it has been named a Laserfiche® Winners Circle Achiever. The Winners Circle is an elite group of Laserfiche value-added resellers with successful installations, a commitment to exceptional service, and strong sales…

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  • The Tenth Million Dollar VAR in 2014 is…

    November 17, 2014 (ROCHESTER, NY) – General Code of Rochester, NY, has reached one million dollars in sales for 2014. Vice President of Business Strategy & Development Dan Foster cites a growing demand for enterprise-wide process improvements and Laserfiche integrations as key to the firm’s success.

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  • 2014 Laserfiche Winners Circle VAR

    February 3, 2014 (ROCHESTER, NY) – General Code announced today that it has been named a Laserfiche® Winners Circle Achiever. The Winners Circle is an elite group of Laserfiche value-added resellers with successful installations, a commitment to exceptional service, and strong sales…

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  • In the News!

    Read about how Franklin County, PA, plans to expand Laserfiche to save $900,000 a year by going paperless in the Red Bluff Daily News.

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  • Reading, MA Town Records Dating to 1600s get 21st Century Overhaul

    “Out of all the software I’ve trained folks on, it is one of the easiest to use and easiest for folks to get adapted to.”…

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  • Eaton County, MI named recipient of 2012 IT Project of the Year

    At this year’s Michigan Government Management Information Sciences (GMIS) conference, Eaton County’s Accounts Payable Process Automation employing Laserfiche® technology was selected as the 2012 IT Project of the Year!…

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  • Smithtown Implements Property Data Management Software

    The Town of Smithtown is divided into over 43,000 parcels. Each parcel has a variety of information that needs to be tracked, such as inspections, permits, complaints, planning and zoning issues, and more…

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  • Saving Livingston County, MI a Year’s Worth of Work

    If you’re not careful, you might overlook the critical advantage and benefit that Livingston County is experiencing.  Not enough hours in the day?  How would you like to get a whole other year to get things done?  The new digital document management system in Livingston County, MI is giving them just that…and, its letting Livingston law enforcement enforce the law…

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  • Tompkins County, NY Records Management Project Morphs into Mini-Cloud Soon Serving All 16 County Communities

    A rapidly expanding enterprise content management system is saving the county millions of dollars in planned construction costs, thousands more every month in staffing costs, and offering the promise of one day expanding to service every city and town in Tompkins County.“When we saw what General Code could do with Laserfiche we decided to get rid of those boxes of paper and vacate the building,” says Deputy County Clerk, Maureen Reynolds…

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  • Employees’ “Wows” Push Expansion of Shared Services for Laserfiche ECM System in Jamestown, NY

    When it comes to spending on information technology, let everyone else calculate return on investment or point to budget line items. New York’s Jamestown City School District will keep on counting the “wows” from its employees…

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  • Less stress, faster service in the Brookhaven, New York Building Department

    The Brookhaven Deputy Clerk recently reported that the local Building Department was able to complete no less than 122 record requests in a single day right from their computers, without requesting one file from the Records Center.

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  • New York State Contract Simplifies the Purchase of Laserfiche through General Code

    Laserfiche is now available for purchase through a NYS Office of General Services Contract. This allows counties, local governments, and other organizations, such as school districts, to purchase Laserfiche without having to go out to bid. This drastically simplifies the process for purchasing departments and allows organizations to quickly acquire this software at a state contract price. In New York State, General Code is the preferred supplier of Laserfiche solutions and currently supports four counties, 19 cities, 144 towns, 55 villages, 10 BOCES and school districts.  General Code’s new GC Streamline Business Process Library provides a significant resource for faster more effective implementation of proven business process improvements.

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