WOW what a day today has been! We have now completed development cycle three of Mapsimise and although there is a long way to go until we hit our release in 2019 (RTM) next year, what I’ve just seen is truly inspiring.
The goal that was set for the team right at the start was to build a geospatial software offering with integration tools, but with ease of use designed for the business user.
I can now definitely confirm that the team have grasped the challenge with both hands as what I have just seen as a walk through is probably the most effective platform I have seen for a long time, and after 21 years in technology I’ve become hardened to complex interfaces into the world of data.
Since day one our approach for this platform has been to be different and easy to use, today I have the total confidence that Mapsimise will be well received as a software offering based on Google Maps https://www.google.com/maps and Google Street View.
We noted early on that a number of providers for whatever reason had not gone the extra mile with available technology and as progress has been made, we are now seeing the use of KML files, integrated street view from a given record, and from a given system or data source, the ability to append geographic coordinates (aka geocoding) which is on demand.
There are too many features right now to discuss, but as the team moves towards our release (RTM) in 2019, I have the opportunity to explain why Mapsimise is going to be so very different.
Below are a select few screen shots of some of the design that has been implemented
Bio – Alistair Dickinson CEO Mapsimise
After 21 years helping organisations with technology, I’ve seen and worked on many projects. As CEO of Mapsimise I’m still very hands on working with all team members and not sat in an office making spreadsheets and crunching numbers. I’m happy to work on the support desk, take calls and discuss how our tools and technology can help businesses like yours. You can find me on Linkedin, Twitter or email me directly. I’m very jeans and t-shirts and still wear Nike Air trainers to the office which I’m told is cool…