MRF offers a wide range of GIS products and solutions as underlined below.
MRF Municipal Solutions
Serves vector maps to Internet Explorer, iPhone/iPad, Android Phones.
Supports mouse-over feature highlight and mouse-over map tips.
No plug-in required.
Supports search, measurement, redlining, printing to PDF, and feature creation.
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MRF Enforcement Solution
MRF Enforcement Solutions were developed in partnership with Enforcement Agencies focused on increased safety and streamlined workflows. Officers can now have access to their records in both an online and offline mode when they need them most. The ecosystem was designed and developed for Enforcement Agencies to avoid the high cost of systems integration and customization. MRF’s strong research and development team and its close collaboration with Enforcement Officers ensure that the MRF Enforcement Solutions are efficient, easy to use, and cost-effective.
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SAP & GIS Integration
Many organizations rely heavily on SAP software for managing their business operations; including asset management, human resources, finance, sourcing and procurement. Often the same organization will find itself depending on a dedicated GIS software platform; such as ArcGIS. Working in these segregated environments unavoidably leads to duplicated effort, over complicated workflows, and other frustrating inefficiencies.
Though SAP and Esri have shared technology to simplify the synchronization between the two systems, successfully implementing these synchronizations has proven to be very difficult. Typically, half of the companies that attempt these projects fail to achieve a working synchronization. The harsh reality is that the existing synchronization tools between these two systems do not bridge the gap.
Many technology forward organizations have deployed industry-leading, but targeted software and/or hardware solutions. Often the same organization will find itself depending on several similar technology platforms that each solve a very specific problem. Working in these segregated environments unavoidably leads to duplicated effort, over complicated workflows, and other frustrating inefficiencies.
Many organization attempt to address this challenge by replacing all of their separate programs with one do-it-all system, trading one set of inefficiencies for another. No platform can be all things to all team members.