No.

Though we use fabrics of geospatial information in most of the applications and solutions we develop, our business revolves around problem solving, strategy and software development.

We use the map as an analytical and intuitive lens into solving business problems.

GIS is a way of approaching data and analytics in order to solve a problem. It is as simple (and as difficult) as that. Depending on the problem, GIS may, indeed, be a very good solution. We hope it is worth your time to discuss this further with us, and look forward to talking to you.

Businesses face many problems on a day-to-day basis; from supply chain to location analytics, to getting a holistic view of their operating context, there are many many problems and issues that the appropriate application of GIS can help with. GIS is no panacea, but if properly applied, can lead to greater insights and seized opportunities.

We will work with you to determine if GIS is appropriate. It may not be, and that is quite OK; however, if it is the right way to answer a problem, we will work with you to develop the appropriate solution.

Projects can last days, months or years, depending on the complexity of the problem.

Once again, we will work with you to determine what we think is the best approach.

No, just call or stop by and we’ll work with you to determine if what we do, and our approach, is right for you. There is no charge to get started.

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