Cityworks Mobile Offers Enhanced On-the-Go Solution

March 26, 2014

Cityworks Mobile offers connectivity and flexibility via GIS-centric mobile public asset management

Cityworks Azteca Systems Cityworks Mobile Asset Management

Cityworks Mobile, one of the latest developments by Cityworks–Azteca Systems, gives users the ability to leverage the full power and capabilities of Cityworks via mobile devices. With solutions available on a variety of devices for both connected and disconnected use, Cityworks provides a variety of options to fit an organization’s needs.

In the area of disconnected use, Cityworks Mobile offers apps for iOS, Android and HTML5 (in version 2014). Built using Esri’s mobile Software Development Kits (SDKs), Cityworks Mobile apps are optimized for processing specialized workflows even when a persistent connection is not available, giving field users the ability to complete their work quickly without sacrificing valuable information used for analysis.

In the area of connected use, agencies can utilize Cityworks Field Mode. Optimized for browsers on tablet devices and leveraging Esri’s Javascript API, field users have access to the full power of Cityworks while in the field. Cityworks Mobile apps do not require the setup and maintenance of a secondary database, and the variety of app options ensures that organizations can deploy the right solution for their unique needs.

“Mobile access to information and technology is no longer the way of the future—it’s the way of today,” says Brian Haslam, president and CEO of Cityworks–Azteca Systems. “We recognize the need for our users to have full access to Cityworks on their mobile devices on the go, anytime, anywhere, in connected or disconnected modes. That is why we have put such a huge focus on the development of Cityworks Mobile, which offers our users a variety of options to satisfy the mobile needs of their agencies. We are excited to see our users take the full capabilities of Cityworks on handheld devices and run with it, enabling even greater connectivity and flexibly using this remarkable GIS-centric solution for public asset management on the go.”

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