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TC Technology Announces MIMSŪ Mobile

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Wednesday, April 30th 2014


- TC Technology announces its newest software product - MIMS Mobile, which sits atop Esri® ArcGIS® Runtime and leverages MIMS Office and MIMS Gateway to improve utility operations.

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.

Using the latest technology, MIMS Mobile offers improved performance, straightforward deployment, and a fresh look ready for:

  • Any type of scheduled or unscheduled job
  • Integrating work originating from other systems
  • Utilities of any size

MIMS Mobile is ideal for utilities ready to benefit from ArcGIS Runtime. It ships in fall 2014 and is exclusively available to ELA subscribers.

Contact TC Technology to see a demonstration and start planning today or visit TC Technology's booth #1101 at the upcoming Esri International User Conference.

About TC Technology
TC Technology delivers more than powerful intuitive mapping. Our products empower organizations to recognize the advantages of mobile workforce 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

For More Information Contact:
Carrie Turner
(760) 929 8345 x111
marketing@tctechnology.com
Twitter: @gosync

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