December 19, 2011 -- VESTRA Resources, Inc. announced today that the State of Tennessee Department of Transportation, State of Oregon, Office of DAS Enterprise Information Strategy, Policy Division (EISPD) and Geospatial Enterprise Office (GEO) and San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) have all acquired licenses of the GeoSystems Monitor™, an enterprise GIS application monitor and alert system.
In a following statement, VESTRA announced that Version 1.2 of the GeoSystems Monitor™ is in development for a Summer 2012 release.
The GeoSystems Monitor™ is being incorporated into growing list of enterprise GIS clients, State of Tennessee Department of Transportation, State of Oregon, Office of DAS Enterprise Information Strategy, Policy Division (EISPD) and Geospatial Enterprise Office (GEO) and San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E), California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD), and more.
About GeoSystems Monitor™
VESTRA's GeoSystems Monitor™ provides real-time information on the status of an agency’s Enterprise GIS. The GeoSystems Monitor™ generates this information by monitoring the applications (points) that reside on the agency servers, allowing the GIS/IT professional the ability to troubleshoot issues and/or non-responsive applications as they occur. When the GeoSystems Monitor™ detects an issue, an immediate notification is sent to the GIS/IT professional via email or text, allowing them to formulate a proactive resolution. This allows for both increased productivity and improved system uptime.
VESTRA’s GeoSystems Monitor™ software responds to the growing need for organizations world-wide to maximize enterprise GIS reliability. For more information, please visit our website: www.vestra.com/products
See what our Clients are saying about us:
“The fact that we knew of the outage and no one else did is exactly what attracted me to this package.
We have a tool that will help us be more proactive in our management. Good news to hear!
(Not the outage, the knowledge!) ”
Mr. Kim H. McDonough, GISP
Tennessee Department of Transportation, GIS Coordinator