1. Mango is cloud based – no servers required With Mango you don’t need your own server with all the associated costs and maintenance headaches. At Mango we take care of the servers so that you don’t have to, all you need is a web browser and you’re ready to go. 2. Mango gives you a responsive and personalized customer support experience Every one of our clients is assigned a personal account manager who knows Mango inside out and can be contacted by email or telephone. Open source products such as GeoNode will require a third party be contracted to […]
Improving quality and equality of healthcare relies on data. Geospatial data and analysis is key to understanding where inequality lies, where need is greatest, and finding patterns that deliver solutions that serve both citizens and governement agencies. Our customers are using Mango to put that data to work with informative and dynamic GIS webmaps.
Want to make a web map but worried it’s just too hard? Follow this simple tutorial to see how simple it is to make amazing interactive webmaps with Mango. Sign up for your free 30 day trial and start mapping today! Make your first MangoMap from MangoMap No time now? Download this tutorial as a PDF for later!
Want to make your interactive map more useful? Here’s how to trigger an email from a clickable email link in your attribute popup in just 4 steps, one of which is just hitting the save button..
Every day we’re seeing some great maps being created on the Mango platform—something we’re pretty proud of! Here’s some examples of how Mango is being used by our customers to spatially visualize demographic data. National Statistics The National Statistics Office of Malta uses Mango to share maps on national statistics such as education level, population and income. Open Map Indigenous Biocultural Knowledge The Indigenous Biocultural Knowledge Working Group uses Mango to deliver a spatial visualization of a geo-referenced list of publications based on the theme of Australian Indigenous Biocultural Knowledge (AIBK). Open Map Ready to make maps? […]