5 GIS for Facilities Management Myths Debunked

5 GIS for Facilities Management Myths Debunked

If you have read some of our previous posts about GIS for facilities management, you’re already familiar with the benefits of building and implementing a GIS. Even with the “pros” in front of them, facilities managers often find it hard to overcome...
Real-Time Asset Tracking in Hospitals

Real-Time Asset Tracking in Hospitals

Learn About our Facility Information Retrieval, Management, and Mapping System  Tracking Hospital Assets in Real Time Working in a hospital, asset tracking is a done on a minute-to-minute basis. From beds, computers, charts, medical supplies, and not to mention the...
GIS for Facility Management: The Big Questions

GIS for Facility Management: The Big Questions

Learn About our Facility Information Retrieval, Management, and Mapping System Implementing a GIS is a long-term commitment and should be a methodical, carefully thought-out process. If you put the work in up front, you’re sure to have a system that works for everyone...
GIS For Facility Management: Part II

GIS For Facility Management: Part II

Learn About our Facility Information Retrieval, Management, and Mapping System In Part I of this series, we took a closer look at what GIS can do for facility managers. If that one fell into your tl;dr category, here’s a quick summary: Any location data (trouble...
GIS For Facility Management: Part 1

GIS For Facility Management: Part 1

Learn About our Facility Information Retrieval, Management, and Mapping System Facility management is a daily balancing act of purchasing, maintenance, and tracking assets – all while adhering to a stringent budget. It can make the job overwhelming and exhausting....
7 Steps to GIS Success

7 Steps to GIS Success

Geographic Information System (GIS) technology has been around for decades now, but it is still new a new concept to many who are wondering what use they might have for it. In the simplest terms, a GIS is a digital “smart map” that can instantly display your own...