Protecting your community with GIS is now easier than ever.
Some of the topics in this news brief include:
Using your GIS for disaster preparedness and recovery
A city in North Carolina uses GIS to ensure a safer community
Citizen expectations - expecting pro-active public safety
10 ways to improve your public safety with GIS
2013 911 Board Grant process for NC residents
Stay tuned over the next few issues as we will step you through the 10 ways to improve your public safety with GIS.
Click here to view GTG's public safety news brief to learn how you can leverage GIS to better protect your community.
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GTG is fully committed to client satisfaction. That is why we have made it our goal to ensure that each of our clients is 100% satisfied with our products and services. If for any reason you are not 100% satisfied, please contact Curt Hinton, CEO of GTG, at email@example.com.
GTG Now Offers On-site GIS Coordinator Services
Maximize your GIS implementation plan with an influx of on-site expertise! GTG will provide an on-site GIS coordinator to ensure that your implementation plan is put into place correctly, efficiently, and is kept running smoothly.
The GIS coordinator will work with and train existing staff to structure the enterprise GIS using years of experience as a GIS coordinator and the backing of an entire GTG GIS and technical staff.
It's like having an entire GIS department in one person! Perfect for getting new programs off the ground or getting old programs out of a rut. Access to extremely qualified individuals will get your enterprise GIS up and running in a timely manner to begin realizing the all important Return on Investment (ROI)!
For more information on this service, please call 888.757.4222.
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