Location. It is who we are, what we do and we take great pride in helping organizations get more from their location data and services. As a result, Amalgam continues to grow as a direct result of client retention and their strong referrals. We provide location services to a diverse client base and serve a growing number of use cases and technology applications.
Amalgam and RT Vision have entered a partnership to integrate their distinct technology capabilities to create a comprehensive, environmental health services workflow automation and analytics platform.
The Bay County Road Commission launches new FetchGIS service for Road Commissions. The Fetch RC service helps Road Commissions improve access to geospatial data managed by County Road Departments, provides field tools for access, data collection and mapping.
Amalgam has completed migrating the Mecosta County FetchGIS service to the new FetchGIS Platform. The updated Mecosta County FetchGIS service can be explored from the link below.
Midland County awarded a National Association of Counties (NACo) 2017 Achievement Award for the Environmental Health Septic System and Well Mapping application. We would like to extend our thanks to Midland, Bay, Saginaw and Mid-Michigan Health Departments for working collaboratively in a public private partnership that resulted in this award.
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Amalgam has grown from a home office in 2005 to support a diverse client base, talented new staff and space to grow.
Amalgam manages more than 30 FetchGIS services across communities, industry, retail, tourism, non-profits and IoT.
No data connection? No problem. FetchGIS offers offline access to maps and editing tools so you can work even without a connection.
FetchEH helps regulators create better data that is used to assess risk and gain new insights
Providing a complete range of geospatial services used by government, industry, business and non-profit organizations