Tadpole-Cartesia and Azteca Systems jointly announced a strategic alignment of their technologies to create centers-for-field intelligence for the world’s ESRI-based public works and utility industries. Under the terms of a strategic business agreement, the firms will align their Go! Sync field GIS and Cityworks Enterprise Asset Management software and market them as a one-stop package to their respective customers. Azteca’s customers include the cities of Houston Texas, Long Beach, California, and Newport News, Virginia. Tadpole-Cartesia is a vendor-of-choice to Ordnance Survey and other national mapping agencies, utilities such as ScottishPower, TXU, and Consumers Energy, and to local municipalities, which include Burbank Water and Power. Both firms are strategic business partners of ESRI, the world’s leading developer of GIS technology. Tadpole-Cartesia’s Go! Sync software automates and secures the delivery of GeoDatabase from enterprise GIS to the field. Instead of streaming gigabyte-heavy maps to regional offices or mobile work teams that occasionally connect to the local network, only small packets of new mapping data are delivered to authenticated users when on-line, even via the Web. Now with Go!Sync, maps stored on field devices are automatically updated without manual intervention. Azteca’s Cityworks is an enterprise asset management product. The ESRI-based solution enables public works and utilities to inventory physical assets, issue and track works orders, and manage customer needs in one seamless environment. Cityworks is easy-to-use and based on open technology.
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