Geographical Information System (GIS) latest advancement in computing technology and the emergence of a service-oriented architecture for data sharing have all positively impacted the implementation of GIS as an enterprise technology, or EGIS. An Enterprise Geographic Information System utilizes a shared, central data repository for the storage of spatial and tabular data. The implementation of such a system allows dynamic updating of GIS data, reduction in redundancy, increases in reliability and improves communications between departments or organizations. FusionStak professionals have successfully implemented GIS for several clients, including New Orleans, after Katrina.
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FusionStak is more than a company. Working with FusionStak has always been like working in-house. Their highly qualified and responsive team was our key in a couple of successful projects. What stands out with Fusionstak is the quick response. In case of any issues, the team provides the “911” service at any time of the day. It gives me the comfort that we are in good hands.
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