GIS Mapping with GovCollect

GovCollect recognizes the desire to combine visual and statistical data.  We are also aware of the financial constraints many of our customers face so we have created multiple mapping interfaces so every client has the ability to visually display their data.  Customers can display their data in the following methods.

1) Database link from high end product such as ESRI accessing stored queries to retrieve the desired data and visually present it in ESRI.  This enables you to sync our location table with ESRI maintained data.

2) Queries created in GovCollect that can be run anytime and displayed in multiple programs such as Microsoft MapPoint.

3) Use existing Google Maps interface existing inside the GovCollect product.

Mobile HandHeld Devices

Utility Meter Reading – The GovCollect product has many standard AMR device interfaces with companies like Neptune, Sensus, Badger, Ramar and ITRON.

Mobile Payment Receipt Processing – Want to process payments and issue receipt in the field but worried about Internet access in the field, GovCollect has a mobile solution excellent for citations, permits, licensing and more.  Tested in various geographic conditions through out the United States and Eastern Africa, this solution is rugged, easy to use and syncs with  your normal GovCollect system live in real time though web based service.  Contact us to see this exciting all in one device INCLUDING the printer.

Point of Sale Equipment (POS) – GovCollect software integrates the latest in PCI compliant equipment for fast processing.  The most affordable is the WASP all in one set with scanner, cash drawer, swipe keyboard, pole display and thermal receipt printer.  Other devices can easily interfaced as well.

Accounting Software Interface – This is a standard portion of our software included with each purchase.  The ability to easily transfer balanced deposits and AR data is standard.

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