It used to be that if your government agency wanted the power of geospatial data, you’d have to hire GIS specialists and procure licenses to expensive specialized systems. Even if you did, disparate data streams often weren’t compatible — so key insights were left on the table.
But with the recent growth of third-party GIS data, geospatial is now for everyone — not just specialists. And thanks to automation, blending data from multiple sources is fast and easy too.
In the brief, find out how new geospatial developments are empowering government agencies like yours to:
- Accelerate geospatial analytics with prescriptive, predictive, and descriptive workflows that unite data from Excel, ESRI, XML, PDF, Tableau, Qlik, and other sources
- Cut operational costs, boost accuracy, and execute complex logistics — without relying on costly GIS systems and their operators
- Achieve even challenging outcomes in case studies from the Census Bureau, the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA), FEMA, and more
Don’t miss these powerful new developments that make it so much easier for you to glean the geospatial insights you need.
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