UVARA Mobile App is now available
Optimized mobile app is available on Apple Store and Google Play
Bringing facility management and asset mapping to mobile devices allows facility managers to quickly respond to requests, find problems before they escalate and plan for regular maintenance.
"This release is the first step of many in bringing knowledge and insight in realtime to facility and asset managers," says Moufid Charafeddine, President and CTO, BetterGIS, Inc. "The UVARA mobile app brings a new and fresh modality for experiencing a modern approach to facility management."
Users can download the UVARA app on the Apple Store and Google Play. Using the same login credentials for their account, the UVARA app seamlessly accesses data, maps and reports. Prospects looking to test the system can also request a trial period with the app. More information about the UVARA app can be found at www.uvara.com/
BetterGIS is a San Francisco area startup company. Its flagship suite of SaaS and mobile products, UvaraTM, is built by a team of engineers and computer scientists to address the No. 1 problem: managing out-of-sight, out-of-mind utility, and facilities infrastructure that often leads to costly project overruns, delays, and even injury. UVARATM addresses the full lifecycle of the assets starting with the engineering, planning, and construction phase, and continues through operation and maintenance and financial planning. The product addresses the infrastructure management challenge facing those responsible for commercial and public sector facilities including municipalities, educational institutions, utility companies, hospitals, and medical centers, and their architecture, engineering, contractor and risk management, and insurance partners. UvaraTM applications are industry standard compatible with Esri, Autodesk, OGC, and main GIS and CAD platforms. The applications include native mobile apps, Augmented Reality apps, and support for IoT. BetterGIS is a technical member in the Open Geospatial Consortium and contributes to the standards in assets' mapping in the GIS field. For more information, visit www.UVARA.com.