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TerraGo Brings Mobile Note Sharing and Collaboration to the Edge of the Enterprise

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Wednesday, July 23rd 2014
TerraGo Technologies | Washington, D.C.


TerraGo Edge makes it easy to create custom mobile apps for collecting and sharing field data across teams and the entire enterprise.

Washington, D.C. — July 23, 2014 — IDC predicts that by 2015, 37% of the workforce — approximately 1.3 billion workers — will be considered mobile.  To help organizations truly harness the mobile workforce, unprecedented availability of geographic data, rise of cloud-based services and explosive growth of location-enabled devices, TerraGo, a pioneer of geospatial collaboration software, introduces TerraGo Edge, an open collaboration solution for mobile workflows that immediately syncs field data with headquarters and other mobile workers.

TerraGo Edge enables mobile workers and field crews to easily take notes, photos, assign tasks and share data in real-time. The easy-to-use app enables the enterprise to embrace the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) promise of improved productivity, ease of use and seamless networking.  

With TerraGo Edge, organizations create intelligent, portable notebooks customized for their unique areas of interest and specialized workflows.  Available with a tap from any user’s smartphone and tablet, TerraGo Edge notebooks contain all the forms, documents, maps and imagery needed by remote workers, securely delivering real-time data to and from users at the “edge of the enterprise.”    

"TerraGo Edge makes it possible for mobile workers in any location to share geotagged observations on the devices they use every day,” said Ron Crean, Senior Director, Strategy & Business Development at IHS, a member of the TerraGo Edge beta program. “This improves the quality and velocity of data, helping our shared customers make better decisions faster."
 
“Businesses want secure collaboration solutions that help them make better decisions faster, while employees want business apps that are as intuitive as the apps they use every day,” said Chris Broderick, CEO, TerraGo. “TerraGo Edge delivers on both fronts with a user experience that helps mobile workers instantly share information and collaborate - turning employees into sensors, observations into actions and field data into location intelligence.”

Organizations can start deploying custom mobile workforce apps today with a free trial of TerraGo Edge. 

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About TerraGo

TerraGo makes software applications and mobile apps that make it easy for our customers to collect data, share information and work together anywhere, any time.    From sharing feature-rich maps and imagery to deploying on-demand apps for a mobile workforce, TerraGo builds intuitive products that enable collaboration from any place on the planet.

Founded in 2005, TerraGo invented the industry’s most widely adopted geospatial collaboration technology with its innovative GeoPDF products and is revolutionizing field data collection with its TerraGo Edge mobile platform.    

TerraGo’s customers include the world’s leading defense and intelligence departments, government agencies, non-profits and commercial enterprises in every industry, with over 1,500 global customers based in over 70 countries and all 50 US states.

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