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GEODI Unites

How can multiple applications and
databases come together?

Thanks to its ability to work on many different
data sources, GEODI creates a sustainable
solution to this problem.
Take the following basic problem:
For instance, a person’s e-mail is in one database,
their ID number is in another, and
their personal information is in yet another.
But we need both the e-mail and the ID
number at the same time.
The information is dispersed among different
databases and structures, but we want
to make the search from a single point.
Different software products and databases
create extra learning needs, require extra
maintenance and add to hardware needs.
Searching for data from a single point is a
well-established GEODI feature which you
have already experienced.
GEODI offers a very convenient solution in
cases where data are scattered among different
databases. It does not matter that
different types of information for a person
are in different sources. GEODI will bring
all the data together based on the person’s
name and on their ID number.

GEODI data sources also
include a database option.
Databases such as
SQL Server, Oracle, Access
and Postgres are
supported. With the GEODI
default access method,
you get to sit back and
do nothing. Every table
and line is visited. If you
wish, you can define in
detail which tables will
be accessed and how tabular
relations and lines
will be shown. 

There are several advantages of being able to use existing data without altering it. Continuity of existing processes is an important gain.

The fact that you do not need to change your existing software is even more important in terms of ongoing work and costs.

The next step…

With closer colligative integration, this feature is
carried a step further by different software products.
The connection with MOBIDI, our on-site data
collection application, is a good example.

MOBIDI is a self-standing application, with selfsufficient
inquiry, reporting, mapping and other
functions. But its functionality increases when it is
used in conjunction with GEODI.

GEODI can see MOBIDI layers as data sources.
Accordingly, the scope of searches will include
notes and other information appearing in MOBIDI
records. GEODI will also recognise people’s names
appearing in MOBIDI records, registered persons
and subjects, as well as expressions such as
“tomorrow”, “next week” and “in three months”.
When the user clicks on the map, they see the MOBIDI
Info Card. If there is a PDF document about
the same spot, it can also be opened separately.

Working with MIS, Electronic Document Management,
Personnel, CRM and many other kinds of
application is made much easier by the integration
model used in MOBIDI.

And one step
further...

People use different software products for various
reasons, ranging from user habits to the advantages
of the product. Through relatively simple improvements,
GEODI will increase the efficiency of the
software products you use .
GEODI has an advanced Rest API. Using this API,
software developers can search with GEODI using a
single keyword. This makes it very easy to access: 

Documents about a parcel (licenses, distribution
schedules, architectural projects, expropriation
records, legal documents),
A parcel record in GIS, over MIS, 
Real estate tax records,

contained in other software. GEODI provides muchneeded
coordination.

GEODI saves time!