Is the scalable Server based spatial information system designed to deliver mapping and back office systems in an Intranet and Extranet through a browser, fully integrates with Government back office business systems, inbuilt OGC WMS, WFS, WTS service.

IFM Enquiry.NET development has been almost entirely Australian and New Zealand Government user driven to access a wide array of critical business systems through a Browser mapping interface.

All products are proven and are built on real interoperability standards and principles.

Bidirectional links to Business Systems:

Infor Pathway
Technology One Property
Technology One Finance
Civica Authority
Civica eServices
Civica AIM
Civica CRM
Oracle EAM
ADI Dataworks
Mercury Beims
Merit CRM
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powered by GeognoSIS

Geospatial web services engine and web map server

GeognoSIS is Cadcorp's flagship web mapping product. It makes the wide-ranging functionality of the Cadcorp SIS - Spatial Information System available over the web for interactive mapping applications; or over a corporate intranet or extranet for the enterprise-wide deployment of GIS applications and data.

SOA (Service Oriented Architecture)

GeognoSIS can help to form part of a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and is a Microsoft Windows Service that responds to requests from application code. The GeognoSIS API provides access to geo-spatial methods. While GeognoSIS performs very well as a standalone Web Map Server or Web Feature Server, it does not necessarily need to render a map.

GeognoSIS provides:

  • access to the power of Cadcorp SIS from simple spatial queries to complex GIS analysis through a comprehensive API
  • a cost effective development capability coupled with scalable deployment licensing
  • direct reading of GIS, CAD and database data sources so that no data translation is necessary, saving time and money
  • a familiar development environment with no new proprietary languages to learn
  • a flexible deployment capability ideal for distributed applications running in multi-processor, multi-server environments.