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Cutting out the Middle Man


June 21, 2017

By David Basil

Connect your ArcGIS Desktop environment to mobile users anywhere

TerraGo has always helped ArcGIS® Desktop® users share their data-rich maps with end users….and not just as flat maps, but as interactive GIS-Lite applications, in which end-users can search, query, markup and extract data with the click of a button- even offline.

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GIS Café GEOINT 2017 Video: Scott Lee, Director of Federal Sales for TerraGo


June 19, 2017

By Summer Benish

At GEOINT 2017, Scott Lee, Director of Federal Sales for TerraGo, spoke with GIS Café about how TerraGo is focused on supporting complex GEOINT mission requirements by providing next-generation mobile application development solutions for sharing field-related geospatial content.

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TerraGo “the Zero-Code App Company”


June 7, 2017

By George Demmy

Later this month, TerraGo will mark its 12th year delivering software and solutions for our customers. The history goes back further, but 12 years is a long time in software and technology. The iPhone didn’t exist, being released, coincidentally on TerraGo’s second anniversary in 2007. What didn’t exist then is deemed an economic necessity today.

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A Lesson Learned at GEOINT 2016 – and Now a Year Later – About TerraGo Magic


June 7, 2017

By Mike Gundling

John Timar remembers being approached by an Army officer at GEOINT 2016 in Orlando, Florida -- before the official launch of TerraGo Magic

"He focused on doing nautical charts, mapping, Riverine stuff, and a week before GEOINT 2016, he hired an integrator to develop a mobile app for him to the tune of millions of dollars a year,” said Timar, TerraGo’s Vice President of Worldwide Sales. “I was showing him (plans for) TerraGo Magic, and I said to him, ‘Let me guess, you want on-line, off-line maps? You want GPS accuracy? You want forms to minimize human error? You want smart forms? You want tasking, interaction with the field? You want collaboration?’ "

Timar went on and on, and each time the engineer nodded “yes, yes, yes.”

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