From 1994 to 2007 our founder worked with a number of GIS platforms to implement over ten enterprise-wide GIS projects in areas as diverse as electric distribution, geo-marketing, water distribution and telecommunications.

These multi-year, multi-million GIS deployments were a huge novelty at a time when most GIS projects were isolated, proprietary projects done outside of the realm of conventional IT organizations.

We have experience integrating GIS with the mainstream IT department by adding the geographical element of each asset of the company to other systems such as SAP, Oracle Financials and many other components that form the mission-critical backbone of any large organization.

With the proliferation of new technologies and the over dominance of one specific GIS brand it is very easy to make the wrong decision when it comes to selecting a platform, both adequate for today but also scalable to accommodate for future growth. Our group of experts can help your IT team in the following areas:

  • Hardware and software selection based on the current and future needs of the organization.
  • Preparation and coordination of a multi-disciplinary, multi-divisional “Requirements Seminar” to exactly determine the needs of the organization and quantify development effort.
  • Evaluation of every other system in the current IT reality of the organization and preparation of an integration strategy to add the geographical component to these systems.
  • Preparation of bidding documents and evaluation of proposals.
  • Assistance in the creation of a “team atmosphere” between the vendor’s deployment team and the company’s own technical resources.
  • Onsite deployment assistance.
  • Delivery compliance.

What We Can Do For Your Company

Phone: (516) 482 5137 – USA

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  • Telebras, Brazil. Brazil’s telecom monopoly. Largest Enterprise GIS project in Latin America. 1,500 concurrent users in one single Oracle database.
  • Copel, Brazil. Parana State electric utility. 750 concurrent users.
  • Celesc, Brazil, Santa Catarina state electric utility. 400 concurrent users.
  • Sanepar, Brazil, Parana state water utility. 300 concurrent users.
  • Enelven, Venezuela, Maracaibo state electric utility. 150 concurrent users.
  • Telecom Argentina, private telecom company. Geo-marketing - 100 concurrent users.