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Inquery about integration with map application

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Sorry for disturbing you guys, but I have an inquery from a customer I don't know where else to ask :-)

I have a customer who is doing maitnainance on windmills.
They have about 20 technicians driving around in the nordic countries doing service on these mills.
My customer is asking for a system where all these technician can access a map on a notebook, for example Google maps, where a GPS device can show their current position and more important, can show customers in the neighborhood.
When the technician click on the customer on the map, he will be shown a list of information and tasks for this paticular customer.

The system must be administrated from a central position by a manager updating the information.

Do any of you know if there is such a system, or we will have to develop this ourself?
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Michael-Best earned 500 total points
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This video shows you how to easily create a map displaying the location of your customers or clients.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDVC9ATVtmw


"When the technician click on the customer on the map, he will be shown a list of information and tasks for this paticular customer.
The system must be administrated from a central position by a manager updating the information."

This part you will need to to develop and update yourself.
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by:Ohmit
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Hi Michael

Very interesting, thank you :-)

/Ohm
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by:Ohmit
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I still need inputs
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I think my comment: Posted on 2013-01-22 at 06:47:35ID: 38803199

Is the only solution presently.
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