Recent blog posts
Helping Large Government Contractors Innovate and Excel

April 18, 2016

By Mike Gundling

In today’s post-sequestration business climate, government contractors are still being challenged with shrinking margins, strong price competition and flat or decreased agency spending. 

At the same time, new acquisition reform efforts aimed at streamlining and improving technology procurements are helping to ensure that agency CIOs are more involved in the process, and are responsible for the success or failure of all IT projects in that agency.

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Empire Electric Reinvents Field Service Management in its First Year of Operations with TerraGo Edge

April 13, 2016

By Mike Gundling

International Empire Electric (IEE) adopted TerraGo Edge to take advantage of employees’ skills with smartphones and tablet computers, and to facilitate operations with time-conserving, money-saving, easy-to-use technology.

IEE is still expanding its use of Edge.

“When we started with TerraGo Edge, we used it for doing daily reports and site reports on tablets and phones,” said Edwin Quintanilla, Vice President of Operations at the Medford, N.Y.-based company that recently marked one year of work with the technology. “We could fill out all our forms and attach photos of the work progress. This alone was a huge productivity improvement and time-saver over managing paper forms.”

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Guaranteed Delivery to any place on the planet with GeoPackage

April 12, 2016

By Mike Gundling

The latest version of TerraGo Edge, version 3.9.3, provides “round trip” support on your smartphone or tablet meaning you can import and export GeoPackage – the modern alternative to proprietary file formats.

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Lessons Learned from Disaster Response in the Age of Mobility

April 7, 2016

By Mike Gundling

The process of preparing for disaster response has taken on a new look with lessons learned from Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy, disasters in Haiti and Japan, wildfires in the Northwest, winter floods along the Mississippi and terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino.

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