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Adrian Nelson joins the Mobile311 team
Mobile311 is excited to welcome Adrian Nelson to their marketing team. Adrian graduated from the University of Maryland in Graphic Design and recently moved to Sanford, NC. Adrian has been enjoying the small town life of Sanford and although he is new to the community, Adrian has been contributing through his graphic design and consulting work.
Mobile311 Sponsors the Elevate 2013 UserGroup Cityworks Conference
Mobile311 Featured in WasteZero Video
Mayor Carolyn Kirk of Gloucester, Massachusetts spoke recently to the National League of Cities about her experience with Mobile311 to solve the challenges of their waste collection system.
Listen to her speech on the WasteZero website
Mobile311 Attending NC GIS Conference
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conference for a chance to win a free iPad Mini.
ConnectGIS Announces Newest Client
ConnectGIS is proud to announce its newest client the County of Fall River, South Dakota.
Visit Fall River County, SD
Mobile311 now using Twitter to send Product Updates and News
Mobile311 has begun sending out feature and update announcements as they occur using their new Twitter feed. It is important to note that Mobile311 will no longer use direct email announcments for regular product updates, but may still use it for major release changes.
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ConnectGIS Announces Newest Client
ConnectGIS is proud to announce its newest client the County of Yancey, NC.
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Concord, NC signs on with Mobile311
The Sanitation Department of Concord, NC has signed on with Mobile311. With this software on standard smartphones and/or tablet computers, city supervisors can monitor the status of each recorded site, reviewing information from a variety of locations without having to physically visit the sites in question.
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Mobile311 and Withers & Ravenel team up to support NCAUG
Mobile311, LLC collaborates with Withers
& Ravenel to support NCAUG through advertising in their Springtime publication- the NCAUG News.
For more information on NCAUG, click here
To read the Spring 2012 edition of NCAUG News, click here
Randleman, NC signs on with Mobile311
The City of Randleman, NC has begun installation of Mobile311 software on all standard smartphones and/or tablet computers. With this software, fleet workers can instantly report to their supervisors in cases such as down street lights, code violations, bulky trash items, etc. Mobile311, LLC looks forward to helping Randleman streamline their operations!
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Mobile311, LLC Announces Partnership with DavenportLawrence
Today a new partnership was struck between Mobile311, LLC and the firm of DavenportLawrence. DavenportLawrence is a full services advisory firm specializing in support services for local government and utility organizations of all sizes. Mobile311 is excited to offer DavenportLawrence clients mobile solutions to their operational and technological needs.
For more information on DavenportLawrence, click here
Mobile311, LLC and Withers & Ravenel team up to sponsor NCCCMA Conference
The North Carolina City and County Management Association just held their Annual Winter Conference February 1st-3rd in Raleigh, NC. We had a great time meeting and greeting!
Learn more about NCCCMA
Together, software from Mobile311 and Cityworks create Mobile Solution for neighboring NC Cities
Mobility is key to operating in the field at peak efficiency. Companies such as Technologies Edge are integrating software to enable direct communication between field workers and administration, while reducing costs in the process.
The story of neighboring cities Kannapolis and Concord, North Carolina, was recently featured in a Cityworks publication. Both had been using Cityworks for their GIS needs for over ten years, and had recently converted selected field employees to ruggedized laptops in an effort to mobilize them. Each truck was loaded with a laptop, camera, cell phone, and other devices. This experiment was proving to be expensive, with a large learning curve.
To read more, click here
Please click here to view a copy of the article, Call Center on Wheels Helps Manage Assets Faster and Cheaper
Mobile311 Announces its newest Client
Mobile311 is proud to announce its newest client the Town of Southern Pines, North Carolina.
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Mobile311,LLC helping sponsor SWEOA Conference
The Solid Waste Enforcement Officers Association is holding their Annual Fall Conference November 2-4th in Wrightsville Beach, NC. Look for Mobile311, LLC among the other sponsors of this event.
Learn more about SWEOA
Congratulations to ICMA Award Winner John Ogburn
The International City/County Management Association held their 97th annual conference in September, where they recognized excellence in the field of City and County Management. This year city manager John N. Ogburn III of Asheboro, North Carolina was recognized for his use of Mobile311 mobile technology to promote Community Sustainability.
Congratulations to John, Asheboro, and Mobile311 for this honor!
Learn more about ICMA
Mobile311 featured in article for Southern City Magazine
Eddie Staley and Charles Wright of Mobile311, LLC were recently interviewed by the North Carolina League of Municipalities. Their publication "Southern City" published an article on mobile technology in local government and looked to Mobile311 for their expertise.
Eddie was quoted as saying, "I'm seeing governments take advantage of this (mobile) technology for use internally on laptops and handheld devices. We're seeing it reach across departments for use in areas like solid waste, stormwater and law enforcement. It's about being able to get that data back. The data has value. For example, you can see a problem was requested at this time. So how long did it take to get it resolved? Then you can either send out or reduce the number of crews."
For more information on Southern City
Mobile311, LLC to attend NCLM Annual Conference
The North Carolina League of Municipalities Annual Conference is scheduled for October 23-25 in Raleigh, NC. Mobile311, LLC will be representing both Mobile311 and ConnectGIS products as ideal solutions for Municipal software needs.
For more information about NCLM
Mobile311, LLC to attend NCPMA Fall Conference
The North Carolina Property Mappers Association Fall Conference is scheduled for September 27-30th in Raleigh, NC. Mobile311, LLC will be there passing out information about ConnectGIS. Also look for our parent company Withers & Ravenel.
For more information about NCPMA
Town of Forest City, NC signs on with ConnectGIS to build GIS Web Application
The new official GIS site for North Carolina's Town of Forest City will utilize computer technology, orthophotography, and land records to update and maintain the Town's property records.
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Mobile311 Software Maintains National Presence
Smartphone application technology is a useful tool no matter where you live. This assertion was upheld this week when Mobile311 signed on with three new clients, each based in different states. Mobile311, LLC is looking forward to collaborating with the cities to provide each a custom solution.
Visit Gillette, WY
Visit Clinton, NC
Mobile311 Attending APWA NC Conference
The APWA North Carolina Chapter will be having its 54th annual conference and equipment show from June 15th-16th. Look for Mobile311 on the exhibition floor!
APWA NC Chapter
Waxhaw, NC Integrates Mobile311 with ConnectGIS
The Town of Waxhaw, NC recently commissioned Mobile311, LLC to develop a public-facing GIS site for their tax data. Once the ConnectGIS was in place, the Mobile311 product was a natural progression to use that data as effectively and efficiently as possible. Both products combine the best web mapping and hosting along with the customized smartphone application for the remote collection of field data to display on a web mapping interface.
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Mobile311 Creates Custom Solution for Environmental Health Department
Onslow County, NC enlisted Mobile311 to help create a custom ESRI ArcPad Solution for Environmental Health Purposes. This software will be used for field data collection and the generation of parcel specific site maps.
For more information about ESRI ArcPad
Mobile311 Launches App to Connect Municipal Administration with their Workers in the Field
Mobile311 has recently expanded its existing smartphone application onto the Android and iPhone platform. This latest advancement, with single-click connection from an Android or iPhone, reinforces the ease of use and flexibility that this company was built on.
Mobile311 is an app that lets users easily flag work items in the field, such as down street lights, pot holes, bulky trash items, code violations, graffiti and any other item or event the client needs to track. With one touch, the location, time, and type of work are instantly uploaded to a web-based map via a smartphone application. This allows users to respond to information quickly and efficiently and keep track of their work using a standard phone network and the Mobile311 software. more...
ConnectGIS to help Vernon County, MO add Public Facing Mapping System to County Website
The County of Vernon, MO has chosen Mobile311, LLC (ConnectGIS) to help it enhance and expand the current county website by adding a new and improved mapping capability.
Tim Bourassa, GIS Director of Vernon County said to Mobile311"Your attentiveness throughout this project has been outstanding. I am very impressed by the level and quality of service presented by both you and your staff. In all of our conversations you said what you and your services could and would provide... and then delivered much more. This speaks greatly of your professionalism. I believe in giving credit where credit is due. From what I have experienced, you have a winning business model. I look forward to working with you more in the future, and I am truly excited to unveil our new online GIS site next week. Thank you, you've earned an promoter in Missouri."
Thank you Tim! It was a pleasure working with you!
Visit Vernon County, MO
Mobile311 Presenting at SERUG Conference
Mobile311 Developers Chuck Wright and Eddie Staley will be giving presentation to the ESRI Southeast Regional User Group Conference May 2-4th in Jacksonville, Florida. Come visit us in booth 127.
Visit us at the SERUG Conference
Town of Wallace, NC Chooses Mobile311, LLC to Develop GIS Web Application
The Town of Wallace, NC chose Mobile311, LLC (ConnectGIS) to develop a GIS Web Application that will present maps, aerial photography and property information.
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UNC-CH Student Uses ConnectGIS In Presentation
ConnectGIS sites were studied recently during a presentation at the NC GIS Conference on “Local Government use of Web GIS in North Carolina.” Jon Breece, graduate student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill led the presentation. Breece is currently pursuing dual master’s degrees in library science and public administration.
Mobile311 attending ESRI Regional Event
Plan to join us for the 2011 ESRI Southeast Regional User Group (SERUG) Conference May 2–4 at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront in Florida.
Visit us at SERUG conference
Mobile311 Speaking at NC GIS Conference
Come and visit Mobile311 in Raleigh during the NC GIS conference Friday, February 18th. Mobile311 Lead Designer Chuck Wright will be joining Lee Snuggs, E911 Coordinator for Cabarrus County in the presentation "Why Can't I Find an Address?".
Visit us at the NC GIS Conference
Mobile311 Developer Attains ESRI Certification
Mobile311 today announced that Lead Developer Chuck Wright has achieved the ESRI certification of Web Application Developer Associate. This certification assesses the level of technical expertise in using ESRI software. more...
Mobile311 highlighted in the January issue of MSW Management Magazine
MSW Management, the journal for municipal solid waste professionals featured a story which highlights Cary, NC software company Mobile311, LLC. Mobile311 and client Asheboro, NC are studied in the article for successfully cutting collection costs that often account for 50-70% of a solid waste operation budget.
“The city (of Asheboro) started the Mobile311 program in 2008 as a way to reduce expenses, especially fuel expenses in the sanitation division,” reads the MSW article. “Now, however, city employees armed with a simple icon on a touchscreen mobile device can mark the GIS location of every bulk waste item, pile of rubble, or any waste location in need of a visit by a collection truck… The resultant savings in fuel, vehicle maintenance and worker overtime have been significant.”
Please click here to view a copy of the article, Going Commercial; recent advances in vehicles and operating systems.
City of Asheboro, NC wins Innovation Award using Mobile311
The City of Asheboro has received an “Outstanding Achievement in Innovation” award from the Alliance for Innovation for its use of the Mobile311 program. The award was presented to City Council during the July 8, 2010 council meeting. more...