Charleston, SC (PRWEB) July 27, 2012
ROK Global Applications Group, LLC announces GOMaps Mobile
ROK Global Applications Group, Llc (ROK Global) is bringing a whole new level of service to ROK GIS Cloud customers, who rely on ROK (http://www.ROKTech.net) to host their online mapping systems. ROK is pleased to announce the release of GOMaps Mobile. GOMaps Mobile will give ROK GIS Cloud customers on-the-go access to maps and information via their mobile device with our latest release of GOMaps Mobile Application. Powered by ArcGIS Server, GOMaps Mobile utilizes the state-of the-art in mobile GIS technology.
Features of ROK Global GOMaps include: access to maps for any mobile platform, custom searches for owner/business name or zip code, GPS locator, comprehensive data capability, and map themes; such as zoning aerials, basemaps, schools, etc.
Benefits of GOMaps Mobile include: alleviates phone support to businesses, realtors, banks, attorneys, architects, contractors, and surveyors. Access to the GIS maps anytime anywhere, potential revenue source, and increases organizational agility. ROK Global offers extensive GIS expertise and support that extends the ability to leverage Esri technology.
Mike Murphy, President of ROK, says that “we listen to our clients and there is a huge need to address public access of data through mobile devices”. In the GIS Industry, mobile applications are becoming more of a need that a wish list item.
Here are a few interesting facts about mobile: 90% of phones today can browse the web. By 2014, mobile internet usage will overtake desktop usage. Half of all searches are done from a mobile device. ROK Global’s GOMaps mobile application was designed to keep businesses on the cutting edge of technology and technology services.
Founded in 1997, ROK Technologies, Inc. has developed a solid reputation as a full service Internet and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) applications development company. ROK has specialized in ESRI's product line for the desktop and Internet/Intranet environments. Its new ASP designation allows ROK to save its on-line mapping clients thousands of dollars in software, hardware, personnel and related resources.