The Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives needed an online presence to display their statewide electrical outages. The client wanted an interactive website feature that could display data in real-time to keep users informed with the most accurate and up-to-date information.
In addition to a customized website feature to display this information in a more accessible and understandable way for users, the client was also looking for a CMS that was user-friendly for website administrators.
The custom web development team at Global Reach designed and developed a mobile-friendly outage map website for the general public to access and view outages. This created a centralized, easily accessible information hub for users to visit and interact with.
With experienced custom software website development services, Global Reach was able to add additional filters to make the map even more user-friendly. Electrical outages can be sorted by county or by cooperative and displayed on an interactive Google Map. Users can also view more detailed information by adding weather layers and viewing detailed county and cooperative breakdowns.
Statewide Association administrators were given an additional set of website management tools. Once logged in, website administrators can view historical outages in a line graph filtered by county, cooperative, and date ranges. From there, the administrators can export the data set and view further outages and resource information.
With custom website development services from Global Reach, The Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives is now able to display their data in real-time for website users while also enjoying easier website data management for site administrators.
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