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We are pleased to be back in Vancouver at the Grocery and Specialty Food West Show.  If you are attending the conferance or just the trade show drop by our booth to learn about the e-commerce solutions we supply to several food retailers. We have helped grocery store chains go online since 2002.

Interested in driving innovation in food safety and HACCP, learn how software can help manage risk, achieve compliance and provide unified governance of your entire quality and safety program.

BC’s North – Sustainable Innovation

Last month we exhibited at the Premier’s Forum on Natural Resources in Prince George, BC.   For me it was the second time attending the event. This time we were there with our own both, the year before I attended as a delegate. Both my father and uncle worked in the region with the railways. It was striking to see how the railways and transportation in general still play a significant role in the region. It is likely some of the LNG projects will happen, but even if they do not the North is still poised to continue on its growth curve.

Mighty Oaks is pleased to be part of Discover Techtoria at Victoria Crystal Gardens.  Join our team as we showcase the technology we have created to help organisations collaborate and drive sustainable innovaiton.  

Mighty Oaks is pleased to be presenting at the annual forum on Natural Resources in Prince George.  Within the historical territory of Lheidli T'enneh people, Prince George is the economic hub of Northern British Columbia.  Drop by both 42 to learn how we are helping organisations use technology to collaborate and drive innovation.   

Live-Link: connecting Projects tracking to GIS

In a novel example of having your herring roe and eating it too, the CedarBox Team is pleased to announce that DevelopmentApp Projects can now be “live-linked” to your desktop GIS.

What does this linking between my Cedar App and my desktop GIS mean?

Let’s say you are tracking 500 project applications, and that you have uploaded location files (Shapefile, KML, Geomark, draw-on-map) for all of these. Great! You can already do basic overlap analysis in Cedar. But, to make beautiful wall maps, or to do complex analysis, you need to work in your desktop-GIS world.

With our new Live-Link add-on, these locations are now available as a layer that you can explore in Quantum GIS (free & open source) or ESRI ArcGIS.

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