Oxford Archaeology

August 30, 2004

We had to find the right tool to allow us to successfully create a simple but sophisticated GIS driven application which could be easily deployed. Royalty-free distribution was essential, but the final choice of tool was decided by price and by the clarity of the TatukGIS object model. Both were essential factors in allowing Framework Archaeology to minimise risk at the outset of designing the Framework Free Viewer. It was clear that to succeed we needed to cover a lot of ground very quickly in the development, and from a programmer's point of view, the ease with which a new tool could be understood was critical. Support from TatukGIS support staff was always prompt and effective. The finished product uses a 3.1MB executable to handle more than 300MB of data.

Niall Donald
Oxford Archaeology
Oxford, United Kingdom
www.oxfordarch.co.uk

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