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JEA Signs ELA with TC Technology

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Thursday, May 29th 2014


Carlsbad, CA, – May 29, 2014 TC Technology announces JEA recently upgraded to an Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) of MIMS.

JEA is located in Jacksonville, Florida, and proudly serves an estimated 420,000 electric, 305,000 water and 230,000 sewer customers in Northeast Florida. JEA was created by the City of Jacksonville to serve those who live in Jacksonville and in the surrounding communities with the sole purpose of meeting the electric, water and sewer demands of customers, both today and for generations to come.

JEA’s ELA provides unlimited access to TC Technology’s MIMS product line. Benefits to JEA include mapping, sketching, and plotted jobs. Using GO! Sync Mapbook, electric, water, and sewer crews have up-to-date GIS to help with field work.

MIMS, which stands for mobile information management system, targets return on investment by automating paper processes, streamlining tasks, and presenting helpful mapping to utility field workers. Offerings include GO! Sync Mobile GIS, MIMS Console, MIMS Gateway, and now MIMS Mobile.


About TC Technology
TC Technology delivers more than powerful intuitive mapping. Our products empower organizations to recognize the advantages of mobile information management. Field workers benefit from real time job information on the latest maps while operations benefit from boosts in productivity. Affordable, quick to deploy and easy to use, TC Technology’s products are right for any sized organization. Products include MIMS and GO! Sync Mobile GIS. www.TCTechnology.com.

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