Exprodat Consulting is to supply Kerr-McGee Oil & Gas with its NitroView GIS-based data browser. The agreement provides for the development of new functionality including: improved map feature find and data filtering functions, better attribute table handling and integration with 3rd party reporting and data export tools.
Kerr-McGee’s Brad Kaufman said, ‘NitroView will be the global web-based GIS standard for our oil and gas groups. With its pending integration with Crystal Reports, Safe Software’s Spatial Direct and Opentext Livelink it will be a key component in our information delivery strategy.’
Exprodat director Gareth Smith added, ‘Kerr-McGee requirements are based on real business needs and will benefit all our clients. NitroView’s functions include scaled hardcopy, user-defined labeling, new layer creation, map preferences, spatial toolbox, downloading of attribute results, saving map sessions, and improved performance and usability.’
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