With LP Ignition’s portfolio startups recently making their debut at Launch Fest and newly minted cleantech companies showcasing their products and services, New Orleans is quietly becoming a go-to city for new product releases and announcements.
Yesterday, the Denver-based technical documentation company Digabit, Inc., announced that it will introduce its flagship mobile software, DocuMobile, at the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) Annual Meeting and EXPO, October 2-5 in New Orleans.
Documobile is the mobile computing version of its Documoto web application, which seeks to make all of an organization’s technical documentation available in a single browser window. Documoto consolidates all of an organization’s technical documentation into a modern, high-performance database and presents it via a secure, easy-to-use web portal that can be easily integrated with other business applications or processes. Its designed for organizations that either manufacture or maintain large amounts of equipment. Its special capability with interactive electronic parts catalog technology allows for users to have a visual parts ordering process reducing the time to order parts while enhancing accuracy.
Digabit claims that DocuMobile will give mechanics and technicians access to critical maintenance and repair documentation while away from their desks. The company says that the software is optimized for Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android operating systems with the goal to provide an intuitive, easy-to-use mobile version of Digabit’s groundbreaking Documoto cloud computing based product.
Alan Sage, CEO, notes, “This is important functionality for asset intensive companies. We are looking forward to the debut of DocuMobile this fall in New Orleans, at the APTA Annual Meeting and EXPO. The transit industry is a significant vertical, and DocuMobile will be particularly useful in the transit space for field and site maintenance.”