A geographic information system (GIS) is a computer-based tool for mapping and analysing things that exist and events that happen on earth. GIS technology integrates common database operations such as query and statistical analysis with the unique visualisation and geographic analysis benefits offered by maps.
Through our highly skilled business partners we can provide you with GIS related specialist skills and expertise. The Professional Services team works closely with customers to help them achieve their goals.
We offer a wide range of services to work with our clients, to design and build a reliable, scalable GIS infrastructure, to support a GIS deployment across the enterprise and to integrate an organisation’s GIS with business systems.
We provide support, and professional consulting services ranging from needs assessments to system design and implementation services.
We have worked with many organisations to implement GIS solutions that increase productivity and efficiencies and reveal opportunities. Our Professional Services team’s focus is to guide clients through the entire GIS project life cycle, starting with development of the initial concept and road map, through to ongoing maintenance and support.
INDUSTRIES WHERE GIS IS USED
- Business: Retail, Insurance, Banking Manufacturing, Real Estate, Marketing, Supply Chain etc.
- Natural Recourses
INSTANCES OF GIS IN USE
- Emergency response teams normally use GIS when they want to collect logistics with regards to how they will move in times of natural disasters.
- The system also comes in handy when authorities want to discover any potential wetlands that need to be protected from the harmful effects brought about by pollution.
- Companies also take advantage of the GIS so that they may be able to choose a strategic market location that has not yet been saturated by other competitors in the particular niche industry.
- Management personnel use this system also so that they can be able to locate areas that are bound to suffer from catastrophes with regards to the infrastructure that is in place there.
- Any potential spread of diseases & other such like pandemic are usually limited by the use of the GIS since the patterns of their occurrence is predicted in sufficient time.