Current services include enhancing the master address data management system (MAS), creating a new centerline management system (CENTRIS), and creating a parcel management system prototype. “The Unified Government is really embracing the full scope of an enterprise GIS system and integrating many advanced editing and viewing opportunities with related business systems,” said John Leonard, Account Manager of GeoAnalytics.
Pursuit of an enterprise-wide GIS system has required involvement from multiple UG departments, thus ensuring a broad base of interest and support. “Our continued relationship with GeoAnalytics this year will allow us to expand and receive the technical support needed to maintain a viable Master Address, Street Centerline and Parcel Management Systems within the Unified Government,” said Gilbert Castro, Geospatial Services Division Director at UG. “Additionally, continued enhancements to our web-mapping Intranet (AEGIS), and Internet (DOTMAPS), applications, will further improve our service delivery to our clients."
Since 2001, GeoAnalytics has been providing technical and management consulting services to UG to support its multi-year implementation of an enterprise GIS. Initial services emphasized overall system planning and design, followed by the deployment of a geospatial data repository based on ESRI’s ArcSDE technology and relational database technology from Oracle. In addition, a web-browser based GIS data navigation and reporting application was deployed based on ESRI’s ArcIMS technology.
About GeoAnalytics, Inc.GeoAnalytics (www.geoanalytics.com), The Leader in GIS Consulting, specializes in the planning, design, and implementation of custom, enterprise-level information systems. The firm provides high quality, leading edge consulting and applications development services to clients in both public and private sectors. Founded in 1995, GeoAnalytics has offices in Madison, WI, Chicago, IL, and Austin, TX.
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