Learn more about the different ways in which GIS (Geographic Information Systems) and PMIS (Project Management Information Systems) can work together in the construction industry for an enhanced operational performance.
Today, construction management software is widely used to organize projects and capital improvement programs (CIPs). Simultaneously, geotagged data has become an important part of capital project lifecycle management. Therefore, it makes sense that PMIS be able to incorporate accurate, geotagged data into most activities. This data should also be easy for your users to access.
Read the guide to learn about the ways in which GIS and PMIS can work together in the construction industry.
- Reports assigned to coordinates
- Automatic coordinate capture
- Useful reports
- Leverage existing investments
- ESRI integration
- Regulatory compliance stored in one place