Enterprise software company, TechnologyOne, has signed a number of new local councils for its flagship spatial product, IntraMaps.
The new customers include South Gippsland Shire Council and City of Port Phillip in Victoria, Fraser Coast Regional Council and Burdekin Shire Council in Queensland, and The Hills Shire Council and Hornsby Shire Council in New South Wales.
South Gippsland Shire Council GIS officer, Gordon Simpson, said the council implemented IntraMaps to develop a more agile system that could meet current requirements and prepare the council for the future.
“IntraMaps is our new GIS web viewing application which is a responsive, intuitive web-enabled spatial solution. We wanted a system that could grow with the business and empower us to take advantage of positive technology trends.”
“TechnologyOne IntraMaps is browser-based, which means it is quick and responsive, and we no longer need to manage client software or updates. With spatial capabilities accessible Council-wide, we are expecting to demonstrably enhance operational efficiency, service delivery and community engagement,” he added.
According to TechnologyOne executive chairman, Adrian Di Marco, the company’s acquisition of Digital Mapping Solutions (DMS) enabled the company to enhance its enterprise Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions for its key markets.
“With the inclusion of TechnologyOne IntraMaps in our solution set, our customers can now create, visualise and interact with their enterprise information on a map across their entire organisation, enabling them to improve services for their communities,” he added.
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