June 16, 2009 - Dayton, Ohio - The City of Bryan Ohio has a population of just over 8000 and supplies its citizens with water, wasterwater, electric, phone, cable and high speed internet. And busy is the workload for the City’s engineering and utilities staff – doing more with less is a life style not just a clique. This summer the City plans to use Nextel BlackBerry Smartphones to view GIS utility maps with Freeance Mobile software. Freeance Mobile will allow the City engineering department to combine two existing platforms, ESRI ArcGIS and BlackBerry in-house with easy-to-use plug-and-play configuration software. City Engineer Brian Wieland with have his field crews mapping new GPS points with digital photos and custom forms directly to the existing ESRI ArcGIS Server
Freeance Mobile is being displayed at the AWWA ACE Conference this week in San Diego. Freeance Mobile is in the RIM BlackBerry booth 2830.
Win $15,000 in Prizes
Now you have the chance to win Freeance Mobile software and BlackBerry Smartphones for your organization. Enter your concept or plan on how your organization can mobilize GIS on BlackBerry and win $15,000 worth of Freeance Mobile software and BlackBerry Smartphones. It's the first annual GIS on BlackBerry Awards and you could be announced as the winner at the 2009 ESRI User Conference in San Diego. You don't need to attend the User Conference to win and you don't need to be current users of Freeance Mobile or BlackBerry. All you need is your initiative and drive for mobile efficiency. Use the online entry format at www.freeance.com/wirelessaward and enter your dream for GIS mobility on BlackBerry today.
Freeance Mobile 2.0 for ArcGIS Server 9.3 will be on display in the BlackBerry booth at the 2008 ESRI International User Conference in San Diego, booth #2223.
About Freeance Mobile Software
Freeance Mobile is innovative, easy-to-use location software for efficiently making mobile applications. You can now make your ArcGIS available to anyone, anywhere, anytime. It is hassle-free software for users and IT administrators alike. Designed for the ESRI and BlackBerry environments, Freeance Mobile starting at $999 for unlimited users and combining off-the-shelf simplicity with the ability to make your own custom applications. Visit http://www.Freeance.com/mobile for more information.
About TDC Group
TDC Group, Inc. develops the Freeance Mobile and Freeance Web software solutions. The Company serves government, utilities and corporate clients with productive, cost-effective and easy-to-use software that reduces the time and resources needed to deploy enterprise GIS and mobile applications