Inspect2GO Selected By Princeton for Cloud-Based, Environmental Health Inspection Management and Permitting Software

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Inspect2GO software has been selected by the Princeton, NJ, Health Department ( The total solution includes a mobile inspection application for iPad, permitting/licensing module, cloud database and web-based management system.

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Inspect2GO, a leader in cloud-based inspection and permitting systems, today announced a new relationship. The Princeton, NJ, Health Department has selected Inspect2GO’s Inspection Management Software. The cloud-based, inspection and permitting system will be tailored to meet the local requirements of the environmental health department.

The system includes several modules. Inspections can be performed using a web-based mobile app. Licenses are issued and tracked via the permitting software. Establishments and staff are managed with web-based inspection management software. The web-based management software accesses a cloud-based inspection database. Inspect2GO’s configuration for Princeton is specifically designed for health inspectors using the iPad (

“We chose Inspect2GO because the system is so easy to use” said Jeff Grosser, Health Officer with the Princeton Health department. “Inspections, data handling, scheduling and permitting are handled from a single, cloud-based solution. We will also be able to quickly identify statistical trends through the Inspect2GO dashboard.”

“Princeton is our first municipal client in New Jersey,” said Paul Smith, President of Inspect2GO. “The new system streamlines several processes under one software umbrella to improve efficiency and quality”

About Inspect2GO
Inspect2GO, Inc., ( offers state-of-the-art inspection management and permitting software that combines mobile, cloud and database technology. Inspections are conducted on a native mobile app that’s easy to use and functions anywhere, offline, without the need for data connectivity. Inspection data is stored in the cloud, or on the customer’s server. The cloud-based inspection management software enables scheduling, ad-hoc reporting, data analytics, complaint management, mapping, accounting/invoicing, permitting/licensing and other management functions. The subscription based software is sold as a SAAS (software as a service) product.

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