GIS: More Than a System of Record

GIS: More Than a System of Record

Is your GIS living up to its potential? With today’s technology, your GIS can be so much more than a system of record. I know GIS is great at storing your authoritative data but it’s also good at sharing your data and creating actionable information from your data. Today, GIS is a system of record, a system of engagement and a system of insight….and it’s easier than ever to implement!

There are many definitions for system of engagement. Some define it as a system used directly by employees. Others say it as a system that encourages and enables peer interaction. At Esri, a system of engagement is defined as a system that manages and promotes user collaboration and interaction. It overlays and complements an organization’s investment in a system of record by providing easy access to data as well as easy to use applications that enable collaboration across your organization.

How do you implement a system of engagement? You have to start with Web GIS. Now is the time. Web GIS modernizes your workflows by using web services to deliver data and capabilities. It enables a whole suite of applications that support the work that you do.

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