LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mapmechanics, a leading supplier of data for business intelligence (BI), geographic information systems (GIS), planning and analysis, sales and marketing and logistics planning, has achieved the coveted status of being included among the 100 Most Promising Oracle Solution Providers 2015 by the influential CIO Review.
Companies in the list are chosen by a panel that includes chief executives (CEOs), chief information offices (CIOs), venture capitalists (VCs) and analysts, and are chosen because they are considered to showcase “in-depth expertise in delivering integrated and innovative technologies that add value to the Oracle landscape”.
Oracle, a long-standing leader in enterprise information management, has emerged as one of the front-runners in the migration to cloud computing. Its product lines lend themselves readily to integration with third-party solutions and data, and Mapmechanics has been developing its expertise in this area for many years.
Organisations for which Mapmechanics has developed Oracle-based solutions include leading supermarkets worldwide.
Mapmechanics’ extensive range of digital map data, available through its allmapdata division, is used in a wide range of Oracle products, including Oracle Business Intelligence Edition and Oracle Real-time Scheduler. It is also used in Oracle solutions for workforce and mobile workforce management, transport management and advanced scheduling.
Digital map data supplied by Mapmechanics is particularly well suited to working with Oracle Spatial, which defines standard techniques for storing and accessing spatial data. This makes it highly compatible with Oracle applications such as MapViewer, Spatial Geocoder and Spatial Routing Engine.
Mapmechanics supplies everything from simple postcode boundary data to comprehensive UK and worldwide mapping, demographic data, interactive web portals and advanced planning, scheduling and optimisation solutions. Its expertise in providing map-based solutions for machine-to-machine (M2M) applications, which automate data transfer between discrete devices in the field and has been fine-tuned over the past twenty years.
Increasingly, Mapmechanics’ solutions help users develop projects involving the Internet of Things (IoT) and Smart Cities initiatives.
Mapmechanics is already an Oracle Gold Partner and an Oracle Silver Level member of the UK Oracle User Group.