ENP Newswire -
Release date- 05052014 -
The dataVoice International and 3-GIS partnership will allow dataVoice to bundle the 3-GIS products with their Utility Management suite. This relationship will provide customers with true state-of-the-art tools that will allow seamless data capture, asset management, outage management, workforce management, IVR, and AVL under a single integrated product solution. The 3-GIS suite of tools will also provide Damage Assessment, Inspection Management, Vegetation Management, Right-of-Way Management, Joint Use Inventory, and Field Design tools in an easy to use web based application. In addition, the 3-GIS products will provide full editing GIS capabilities from a web browser, as well as provide a host of mobile field applications on Windows and Android platforms. All GIS data is maintained in the Esri ArcGIS Server environment, which will allow other entities or
'3-GIS is excited to be teaming with dataVoice in this partnership and believes our combined offerings will be a true game changer in the utilities market', says
3-GIS is a leading innovator of smart geospatial solutions. We are the proud recipient of the 2011 Esri Partner's Choice Award and the Esri Private Web Application Award. 3-GIS' software for desktop and field use, takes complex GIS information and makes it simple to understand and fast to access from every level of the enterprise. Visit www.3-GIS.com.
For over 25 years, utilities have depended on dataVoice to help manage and prevent outages while measurably enhancing customer service. Our solutions help utilities improve the accuracy of their data, more accurately determine the extent and location of an outage, and provide tools to keep your management, crews, and customers informed. Visit www.datavoiceint.com.
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