OK, introductory post… with questions.
We’re looking at the possibility of using a number of “field assistants” gathering various data (ecological, HWC, etc) on a part time basis using phones/tablets. These will be downloaded initially to a local hub (office) which will periodically send the data on to a central database. Each local hub needs to be able to easily generate its own reports - graphs, maps, etc. to feed back to those involved, and will retain all their own data permanently. There probably won’t be any anti-poaching components to this, the contributors will not be employees, and it will not be operated in the fixed confines of a park/reserve.
I could probably manage the local hubs purely with Cybertracker, but I’ve always found the reporting system a bit limited, and I’m wondering if SMART might be a reasonable alternative.