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Written by mrc (michaels, ross & cole)   
Monday, 10 August 2009 21:22

Feature improves functionality for a wide variety of enterprise Web applications. 

Software tool developer mrc has announced new Google Maps integration for m-Power, the software development tool designed for use by developers and non-developers alike. m-Power modernizes legacy applications and rapidly creates Web applications such as report-writing, business intelligence, executive dashboards, e-commerce, customer portals, and wireless applications to name a few. 

mrc recently enhanced m-Power with Google Maps integration to improve functionality for a wide variety of enterprise Web applications. m-Power users can now chart their data directly into a Google Maps embedded in their applications. This functionality is very useful for Web applications such as the following:

  • Product purchase map: Integrate a map into a product listing app on your website and show potential customers where products can be purchased.
  • Shipping visualization: Create a Web app to track shipments, monitor your fleet, or allow your customers to view shipping progress on a map.
  • Executive dashboard: Embed a map into an executive dashboard for a clear picture of which areas are performing well and which are performing poorly.

"What's great about the new Google Maps functionality, besides the obvious benefits they provide to Web apps, is how easy they are to use," says Brian Crowley, mrc's director of development. "Just like the m-Power interface, integrating a map into your Web application is nothing but point-and-click." 

A live demonstration page for the new Google Maps integration can be found here: http://www.crazybikes.com/mrcjava/servlet/CBB2E.I00190s.To learn more, contact mrc via phone at 630.916.0662; via fax at 630.916.0663; via e-mail at mrc@mrc-productivity.com.

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mrc's development tool suite, m-Power, is used to create business applications and can run on any platform that supports Java (e.g. OS/400, Linux, Unix, and Windows). Applications access DB2/400, Oracle, MySQL and MSSQL, or any combination thereof. Using these development tools, users create an endless variety of Java-based business applications from simple queries to reports, to complex custom enterprise systems and dashboards. mrc was a recipient of the 2004 Apex Award for application development, is a long-time IBM Business Partner, and has been producing award-winning development software since 1981.

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