Korem Inc., the Canadian Web-mapping technology development and integration firm, announced recently that MapInfo Corporation, will resell Korem’s flagship product Push‘n’See. Push‘n’See provides a ‘visual programming interface’ for MapInfo’s MapXtreme users and allows for organizations to easily coordinate and control the broadcast and sharing of their spatial information on the Web.
By adding the Push‘n’See technology to its location intelligence solutions, MapInfo is providing a solution that makes the geospatial potential simpler to integrate and that complies with general IT standards, claims the company’s release. The agreement allows for MapInfo Corporation to distribute and sell Push‘n’See directly and through its partner network.
Push‘n’See enables developers and integrators to rapidly handle the spatial aspect of their applications. According to the release, the technology demystifies Web-mapping, and reduces the risk involved in development to a minimum by offering, ‘out-of-the-box’, required functionalities.
Korem claims Push‘n’See to be unique and complete studio that brings further the concept of Web-mapping providing MapInfo users with a powerful tool to manage, design and deploy multiple on-line mapping applications.