An Enterprise GIS is a geographic information system platform where all users can manage, share, and utilize spatial data and related asset information required for effective functioning of the organization. It has provision for continuous data creation, modification, visualization, analysis, and dissemination. In recent times, the definition of Enterprise GIS is expanded to include compliance to OGC standards (Open GIS Consortium) and integration capability with other enterprise and/or dependent software systems.

We have more than two decades of expertise in implementing enterprise GIS solutions that are state of the art, future proof and protecting the return on your investment. The goal of GECE’s enterprise GIS solutions is to provide meaningful business intelligence to efficiently manage operations and quickly respond to reliability issues with an accurate, multi-dimensional view of all utility assets, roads, buildings and other topographical information. Our Enterprise GIS is not an end product; it is a precursor to enabling you make informed decisions, effective actions, cost-competitive work-flows and much more.

We deliver you the unbeatable competitive advantage of POWERGIS, a custom built GIS solution for utilities. POWERGIS is OGC compliant with successful implementations around the world and is seamlessly integrated with many other proprietary and third party software products. Unlike many other providers, our portfolio of enterprise services includes every activity in the implementation life cycle.

Here’s how we help you evaluate, identify and make the right technical and commercial decisions to create/build a GIS, maintain it and utilise it to reduce your costs, increase user productivity, and balance system performance.

Evaluate, identify and freeze all GIS requirements

Propose recommendations including all needed financial analysis.

Select the best fit environment and solution

Build/procure necessary system capacity

Customise the identified solution

GPS survey to create a scalable GIS database

Digital Maps to create a scalable GIS Database

Build a scalable Asset database

map/locate customers & build a scalable database

Seamlessly integrate with other software solutions

Equip utility with necessary equipment for ongoing updation

Training and capacity building

Knowledge Transfer to help with future implementations

GPS Survey

More than 280,000 KM of Network

More than 770 Towns

In part or whole of more than 14 large Cities

Building GIS Database

More than 1050 Towns

Asset Database

About 3 Million (3,000,000) Asset Elements

Identifying / Locating Customers

About 5 Million (5,000,000) Customers

Digital Mapping

More than 280 Towns

GPS Survey and building an Enterprise GIS Database in large metropolitan cities

Hyderabad – Entire city - Fourth largest Metropolitan City in India

Nehru Place, New Delhi – Predominantly commercial location in the Capital city of India

Jaipur – Entire rural area of Jaipur City, capital city of Rajasthan

Chennai – Entire Anna Nagar, popular residential area in the sixth largest city in India

Jabalpur – Entire area of fourth largest city in the state of Madhya Pradesh

Jamnagar, Junagadh, Rajkot, Vadodara, Surat Rural – Five major cities in Gujarat State

Doddaballapur – Rural area of Bangalore City, the IT hub of India and capital city of Karnataka

Khammam, Mahboobngar, Nalgonda – Three major cities in Telangana State