Today, privatization, deregulation, and the introduction of advanced technology are all having profound impacts on utilities. In this scenario, balancing the need to improving system reliability, and reducing operation costs poses to be a challenge for today’s utility decision makers—one that is successfully being met with Geographic Technologies Group’s (GTG) Geographical Information System (GIS) software. The team at GTG offers consulting services for the planning, design, and implementation of utility-based projects as well as a full suite of software for the utility industries. Headquartered in Goldsboro, NC, GTG a full-service local government GIS consulting company provides 311GIS-a cloud based enterprise application software.

With 311GIS software, GTG allows people to submit their request and complaints of graffiti, missing road signs, pot holes areas for rezoning, permits, etc to local government agencies viz. web portal, tablet or smart phone and issues in real-time. “Our team has built an outstanding reputation for understanding the operations and functions of local government, as well as planning, designing and implementing enterprise GIS solutions,” affirms David Holdstock, CEO of the firm. GTG delivers the very best cadre of utility GIS experts and a complete range of professional GIS services for the utilities including: GIS off-the-shelf utility software solutions and applications, Strategic Utility GIS Planning, System Design and Implementation, Authorized GIS Training, GPS Training, and GTG’s Understanding Local Government Series - GIS for the energy industry. GTG provides GeoBlade tools with intranet, viewer, mobile and address-based applications which help clients to access information, data, map and internet easily on one holistic platform. GTP also works in different department’s including–water systems, electric systems, telecommunication, and sanitary sewer systems.

GTG’s platform proffers GeoBlade MapTouch, a public access key that integrates GIS data and mapping. GTG serves in land management, public safety, touch screen technology, and utilities, as well as government and private sectors to improve the efficiency, productivity, and saves time and money.

We recognize the need to comply with local, state, and federal mandates

Moreover, GTG’s team specializes in evaluating GIS, GPS, AVL, and Mobile mapping needs. “We recognize the need to comply with local, state, and federal mandates,” adds Holdstock.

With its feature loaded hand-in-glove integration and software applications GTG caters the ease of use in utilities and public work operations and business process. By an authorized education centre, GTG professionals proffer a GIS training workshop on ESRI Software and GPS (Global positioning System) for utilities and public works. “Our GIS professionals are available for on-call services and purvey hourly and daily rates for GIS consulting services and help users to create, maintain, and update their GIS,” beams Holdstock.

GTG has over 700 clients located across North America and Europe and serves various levels of government as well as the private sector. The firm has unmatched technical GIS capabilities, demonstrated successes, international experience, and a reputation for successfully implementing the right solutions. GTG’s enterprise products empower local government staff with the ability to view, manage, analyze, distribute, and publish data. GTG’s definitive mission is to deliver easy-to-use geo-spatial integrated software solution to every department within the local government. Further, GTG’s intends to focus on centrally managed GIS solution built on ESRI’s ArcGIS Server technology. “We continue to advance the use of state-of-the-art GIS for the utilities,” concludes Holdstock.