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Advanced Digital Systems, Inc. d/b/a Mi-Co Advanced Digital Systems, Inc. d/ b/ a MiCo is a small business incorporated in North Carolina in 1999.

Mi-Co’s NAICS code is 511210, computer software publisher. Mi-Co’s DUNS# is 81344264. Mi-Forms software is available on the GSA schedule GS35F-0837R. TEK-Solutions and Mi-Co partner to provide easy-to-use Commercial-off-the-Shelf (COTS) solutions for electronic data capture, verification, and communication – while allowing for the intuitive use of the “pen-on-paper” process for mobile data collection applications. Mi-Forms software offers a robust way to capture, store, and communicate handwritten information entered on forms based systems in both on-line and off-line applications.

With Mi-Forms software, TEK-Solutions can provide integrated solutions for web-based and off-line mobile data capture with integration to industry standard database systems such as ORACLE. The Mi-Forms V6 software system provides native capabilities to synchronize data between mobile devices and central databases.

MI-co References

Previous successful applications using Mi-Forms software include work with

USDA, APHIS, VS in Fort CoIIins, CO:
Headquarters: Veterinary Services, Centers for Epidemiology and Animal Health, 2150 Centre Ave., Fort Collins, CO 80526
Phone: (970) 494-7200
Function: This division of the U.S . Department of Agriculture develops ways to combat health threats to the animal stock in the U.S .

Project Leader. Rich Baca, team leader for Veterinary Servicesapplication information management

Challenge: Build a mobile data-collection system linking inspectors in 50 states to tracking and treatment databases.
Project Goals:

  • Develop a disease-tracking system and database in 12 weeks.
  • Test more than 260,000 head of cattle over 12 to 18 months, more than 10 times the amount tested in the 2003 fiscal year.
  • Report results to facilities where samples were taken within 24 to 36 hours of testing, effective June 2004.

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Other current USDA Mi-Forms projects include Avian Influenza, Scrapie, Chronic Wasting Disease, and Wildlife Services.

Mi-Co’s customers also include the Internal Revenue Service - Excise Tax Division, Citibank, Jackson Memorial Hospital, Sutter Health Hospitals, and the State of South Carolina Division of Labor.