GeoMash offers a variety of off-the-shelf spatial application tools including analytics, asset tracking, location based services, origin destination applications, location intelligence, service management, supply chain management, territory planning and workforce management. From base maps to population data, train timetables, ATM locations, and more; GeoMash is all you need to begin developing map-based applications at a fraction of the cost of traditional solutions. Complete with a robust and comprehensive set of business logic, workflow, and intention aware APIs, developing map-based applications has never been easier and more cost effective.
Plan routes or track and manage parcels, vehicles, or people with workforce, facilities and logistics management tools.
GeoMash works with multiple mapping providers, such as Nokia Maps, Bing Maps, Google Maps, and Open Street Maps.
Monitor and manage the real time status of your networks for numerous different industries including, telecommunications, IT, and infrastructure.
GeoMash provides a robust, extensible platform for developers to build custom applications or extend existing applications through comprehensive APIs.
Choose from a range of map-centric applications, replete with customisable business logic, enterprise-grade security, and a simplified user interface.
GeoMash is compatible with a wide range of data loggers, data collectors, on-board computers and other sensors - ask how we can help!
Shared data management available as-a-service for large, medium, and small enterprises.
For when your systems require data sovereignty, regulatory independence, dedicated capacity, or more control.
For sensitive deployments or situations where some data must stay behind the corporate firewall.
A perpetual model with the flexibility of cloud-scale deployment and Infrastructure-as-a-Service.
Comes with enhanced support and enterprise features including SSO, elastic scalability, and Automated Deployment Manager.
Available as a cost-effective and perpetual model for on-premise deployments built upon Intaglio.