Lemur One™ Connects Mobile Work Management to ArcGIS®

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Critigen is pleased to announce immediate availability of Lemur One, an extension to the Lemur Platform product line. Lemur One simplifies procurement and delivery of Lemur by allowing customers to make a single purchase of Lemur One without any requirement for separate Esri licensing.

Critigen’s Lemur Platform improves the accuracy, efficiency and safety of construction, maintenance and inspection workers in utilities, public works, transportation, and Oil and Gas. With reliable, intuitive, offline access to GIS information in the field connected directly to their mobile work management app, crews find the information they need quickly and ensure work is performed on the correct assets.

“We are pleased to partner with Critigen to deliver this configurable solution for connecting our world-class ArcGIS platform to world-class work management solutions. Critigen continues to extend the value of ArcGIS by deploying integrations to thousands of new users in an organization,” said Matt Piper, EsriÒ Director Industry Solutions, Utilities.

Lemur One is available in three editions: Lemur One, Lemur One Cloud and Lemur One S. Each edition supports customers at different stages of adoption of Esri’s Web GIS architecture and helps organizations adopt Esri ArcGIS as a System of Engagement for hundreds to thousands of field work crews.

  • Lemur One: Appropriate for on-premises deployments with any customer, providing all licensing required including GIS server, administration and mobile capabilities.
  • Lemur One Cloud: Appropriate for cloud deployments with any customer, providing cloud-based storage and services, administration and mobile capabilities.
  • Lemur One S: Appropriate for customers with existing full-use ArcGIS licensing for ArcGISÒ Enterprise/Server.

“With Lemur One, we make it very easy for customers without an Esri GIS system to get the benefits of an Esri-based, centrally-administered offline GIS tool connected directly to their work management apps. Lemur provides fast access to GIS, a map-based view of work orders, and excellent usability for non-GIS field workers,” said Ty van den Akker, Critigen Vice President of Product Strategy. Lemur One helps organizations adopt Esri’s ArcGIS platform as a system of engagement.

 

About Critigen

Critigen is a full-lifecycle spatial technology integrator driving business performance through geospatial IT solutions and services. An Esri Platinum Partner, Critigen helps clients make spatial technologies “work” in organizations of all sizes, integrates spatial technologies with enterprise systems, and enables field users with mobile spatial solutions. Critigen delivers all components of a geospatial program: data collection, spatial processing, analytics and intelligence, application development and mobile solution development. Critigen’s Spatial Enterprise consulting services tie these technology and process components together with business strategies that maximize the value of geospatial information. Visit www.critigen.com for more information.

About Esri

Esri, the global market leader in geographic information system (GIS) software, offers the most powerful mapping and spatial analytics technology available. Since 1969, Esri has helped customers unlock the full potential of data to improve operational and business results. Today, Esri software is deployed in more than 350,000 organizations including the world’s largest cities, most national governments, 75 percent of Fortune 500 companies, and more than 7,000 colleges and universities. Esri engineers the most advanced solutions for digital transformation, the Internet of Things (IoT), and location analytics to inform the most authoritative maps in the world. Visit us at esri.com.

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