GISi Supports the Deployment of “Destination Southfield”

January 16, 2012 -- Destination Southfield, a successful implementation of Esri’s ArcGIS for Local Government initiative, includes the portal, maps and apps, and the local government information model.  The City of Southfield, MI has a large enterprise GIS that incorporates data from various sources including Southfield’s assessing system, Southfield’s infrastructure management program, and Oakland County GIS.  The new portal is a landing pad for City staff and citizens to get access to maps and apps.  The maps and apps are organized into a gallery and around information and services citizens need in order to do business with the City.  With ArcGIS Server, Cloud, Information Model and maps and apps gallery in place, the City is launching new maps and apps more frequently, making the GIS more relevant. Take a look: http://maps.cityofsouthfield.com/destinationsouthfield/.

“In today’s economic climate, ArcGIS for Local Government offers us the best opportunity to deploy low cost applications that support our business, provide citizen engagement, and allow us to become more efficient,” says Sally Price, GIS Coordinator for the City.  “GISi helped us to realize this vision and Esri’s commitment to support these applications ensures compatibility with future ArcGIS software release cycles." For more information about Destination Southfield, please visit http://blog.gisinc.com/2012/01/13/gisi-ag4lg-deployment/.

GISi, an Esri Platinum Partner, is looking forward to working with local governments to adopt and extend the Local Government Information Model and to contribute to the maps, apps, and tools that will be made available. “Our objective is to help Local Governments embrace the resources available from Esri’s ArcGIS for Local Government and we see it as a way to help them maximize their investment in Esri technology”, says Michael Healander, State and Local Government General Manager at GISi.

About GISi:  GISi is an award-winning GIS professional services firm headquartered in Birmingham, Ala., with offices throughout the United States.  GISi has a history of delivering customer driven solutions to federal, state and local governments, and commercial organizations.

For more information about GISi, please visit www.gisinc.com

Contact: 
Katie Irwin, Marketing & Sales
Telephone: (205) 941-0442 x120
Email: kirwin@gisinc.com
 



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