Integral GIS has aligned with a few key partners. These partners have helped us expand the scope of our business, to better serve a more diverse clientele. Together, we can take on more ambitious ways to integrate geospatial thinking and technology with complex business systems. The goal is to solve real business problems, and some of these either cannot be solved through geospatial means alone, or require specific technological workflows, complemented by the inclusion of our partners’ systems, processes and expertise.
Graphiti is a Seattle-based design firm. Integral and Graphiti have been working together for over 10 years. Graphiti can take credit for many of Integral’s UI designs for clients such as, Starbucks, Microsoft, JLL, and many others.Learn more
OSI Soft builds the real-time database, called PI. Integral uses PI in conjunction with ArcGIS Server for clients, such as PJM Interconnection.Learn more
Not only is Integral a Microsoft Silver Partner, but Microsoft is also a client. Most of the geodatabase development work Integral performs, is conducted within MS SQL Server.Learn more
Integral has been an Esri partner for more than 15 years. Esri makes ArcGIS, the platform and engine in which we perform most of our geospatial development.Learn more
Integral and IBM have partnered on S3 technology, co-developed at the Watson Research Center, in New York. S3 is an indoor mapping technology, integrated with ArcGIS Server for tracking consumer movement through retail space and performing conversion ratio calculations.Learn more
Mapbox and Integral have partnered to create maps for clients that are beautiful and functional.Learn more