LatLonGO certified for SAP ERP integration

By on 15 October, 2013


we-do-IT’s LatLonGO Mobile GIS solution has achieved certified integration with the SAP ERP application. Available on the iTunes App Store and Google Play for Android, this spatial solution serves as a front end to functions within SAP ERP for plant maintenance and other activities.

The LatLonGO – Flexible Mobile IS Version 2.3 client accesses SAP software through SAP NetWeaver Gateway technology to exchange critical data with SAP ERP 6.0.

“Receiving SAP certification for our LatLonGO interface is a further testament to our integration expertise, which started back in 1996 with the SAP-certified GIS interface at United Energy in Australia,” explained Dr Walter Hesse, CEO of we-do-IT. “The LatLonGO solution has been designed to address the challenges faced by mobile GIS users today. It manages the distribution of GIS information to touch mobile devices including iPad, Android and Windows 8 tablets. LatLonGO compresses, encrypts and distributes data, giving users a seamless online and offline experience.”

LatLonGO supports any geographic information system (GIS) format and can process data from in-house or external (cloud) servers. It provides an up-to-date copy of corporate data and handles Smallworld, ESRI and spatialNET natively (WYSIWYG) and any other GIS format via OpenGeo or FME. LatLonGO is ideal for mobile workers who require access to their corporate GIS data any time, even in remote or security sensitive locations where no web access is allowed.

The LatLonGO mobility solution integrates with virtually any enterprise information system. The specific integration with the plant maintenance component in SAP ERP enables users to intuitively access work orders, technical object hierarchy and notifications and operations through a natural map user interface, thereby helping to greatly enhance productivity.

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