HOUSTON, TX, August 12, 2007 - The new release of GeoRoom 3.2, in addition to a variety of major user features, includes a back-end self-monitoring function designed to provide an unprecedented level of quality control.
“We’ve added some powerful self-monitoring under the covers that provides a very high level of robust quality-control throughout the system," said K. Lawrence Epperson, CEO of R7 Solutions.
HOUSTON, TX June, 2007 - R7 Solutions has released a new module for GeoRoom 3.2 that allows for single sign-in for GeoRoom, Microsoft Active Directory, Microsoft SharePoint and Oracle database connections. The module uses an Oracle user table as its authentication source and can provide enterprise-wide domain sign-in for desktop GeoRoom users, allowing quick access to all workflow applications integrated with GeoRoom, including SharePoint lists and documents.
HOUSTON, TX, November, 2006 - R7 Solutions today announced the delivery of localization capabilities for its GeoRoom 3.1 product, including the ability to change the user interface from English to Spanish, or any other available translation, simply by changing a personal feature setting. Languages can be assigned on a per-user basis, and by centralizing control of the supporting language files to a small number of XML documents stored on the server, GeoRoom can quickly be adapted to any language environment.
HOUSTON, TX, July 19, 2006 - R7 Solutions announced today the release of version 3.0 of GeoRoom, its flagship location-aware business process management system. Heralded as a major step forward by current users of the software, 3.0 incorporates additional labeling, search, reporting, and performance features.
Houston, TX, April 12, 2005 – R7 Solutions’ GeoRoom location-aware business process application was discussed this month in Oil Information Technology Journal as a part of its coverage of the 2005 ESRI Petroleum User Group conference held in Houston, Txas. The Journal published screenshots of GeoRoom integration interfaces for Microsoft SharePoint Services document management system, and a workflow application based on GeoRoom for incident management.
HOUSTON, TX, September 1, 2004 – R7 Solutions announced today the release of GeoRoom 2.0, its industry-leading application for integrating geographical and business data sources across the enterprise and providing web-based desktop access. The product will be offered as a part of R7’s comprehensive GIS consulting, solutions, and hosting services. R7 Solutions is a Houston-based information technology firm specializing in geographical information systems and integration.
Special Features Provided for Cities, Counties, States
HOUSTON, TX, August, 2004 – R7 Solutions, a Houston-based GIS and enterprise information technology consulting firm, recently announced the release of a version of GeoRoom 2.0 specialized for municipalities and local government. GeoRoom is a location-aware business process management system for cross-application integration and workflow. Originally developed in 2003 for the oil and gas industry, GeoRoom 2.0 for Municipalities has been customized with many new features to meet the diverse needs of a municipality.
HOUSTON, TX - May 1, 2003 - R7 Solutions today announced the production release of their new location-aware business process application framework, GeoRoom 1.0. Designed to reduce the cost and time required to deploy fully integrated geographic information system (GIS) with existing non-spatial enterprise applications, the software provides enterprises with a way to link multiple GIS, database, and other enterprise and legacy data sources into a single unified web interface for frontline business users.
Houston, TX, April 12, 2003 – R7 Solutions’ GeoRoom location-aware business process application was featured again this month in Oil Information Technology Journal. The Journal published new screenshots and integration diagrams regarding GeoRoom and included the following brief review:
"R7 Solutions has just released GeoRoom - a front end to data in disparate dstastores such as Finder and P2000. The software offers the casual data room users a single entry point to spatial data - avoiding multiple interfaces. Amerada Hess is a user. Uses Microsoft SharePoint services and has hooks into FileNET (Hess' document management system. Communication uses .NET XML Web Services and ArcIMS. Office XP Web Components (and the ASP.Net data grid) are used for dstributing tabular information.
HOUSTON, TX, May 20, 2002 - The geographic information system industry's first application using Microsoft's new ASP.Net 1.0 framework was announced today by R7 Solutions, a Houston information technology, business process management and geographic information system (GIS) consulting firm specializing in the energy, real estate and government services sector.
The new application is called GeoRoom and will provide a rapid integration path for enterprise applications and databases into sophisticated GIS systems like ESRI's ArcGIS.