Integrated Informatics Inc. Announces Marco Studio Version 4.0
Inventory system drastically reduces time spent on indexing, search, analytics, and system health checks
Houston, Texas – June 3, 2015 – Integrated Informatics Inc. today unveils Marco Studio version 4.0. Marco Studio bundles Marco Desktop and Marco Commander to meet the needs of spatial data inventorying, indexing, search, analytics, and health checks in support of Esri-based Enterprise GIS implementations.
Marco Desktop is a rebranding of Integrated’s long-standing Repoint and Repath (RnR) suite of tools. This release includes numerous enhancements related to ArcSDE migrations with a special consideration for changes in the underlying relational databases and the effect on data references within Map Documents and Layer Files.
The newly-released Marco Commander is constructed from the same Desktop core functionality built-up over the past 5+ years of development, but has been greatly enhanced in the areas of performance and reliability. Performance levels for inventory and indexing of spatial data sources and spatial data references far outshine any other commercially available search solution for the Esri platform.
“In most projects we or our clients undertake, it is imperative that current-state details be fully captured prior to implementing any changes. We’ve observed alternative approaches taking unrealistically long amounts of time to generate inventories, and in some cases, multiple months. Some inventories were never completed. Using Marco Studio, we can perform these inventory jobs in a matter of hours or days, for several terabytes of data, millions of datasets, and hundreds of thousands of documents,” said Jason Humber, principal consultant at Integrated Informatics.
Marco Commander is designed specifically for parallel processing and fully utilizes the resources of server-class machines. Out of the box, Marco Commander supports multiple installations on multiple machines and utilizes a central index and central controller for managing jobs, tracking changes, and providing common access to gathered data.
Integrated Informatics Inc. is a leading consultancy for Geographic Information System implementation and development. Founded in 2002, Integrated Informatics provides spatial data management, workflow and process automation, and custom mapping solutions to the Energy and Natural Resource sectors throughout North America with offices in Houston, Texas, Calgary, Alberta, and St. John's, Newfoundland. For more information, visit www.integrated-informatics.com.