We think ahead.
Has your navigation device taken you to the address you wanted to go to today? Was an order delivered to you that you paid for with your credit card? Has your smartphone made you aware of an appointment?
These days, we can hardly image our lives without digitalization and automation. For us, as Geocom, this raises a question. How well can we use these technologies in the future to benefit you, as our customer?
Automation is seldom visible but it is already an integral part of our everyday lives. According to industry specialist Gartner, by 2019, 75% of all companies will be using more than six different automation technologies within their IT administration (compared with 20% in 2014).
Digitalization is also in full swing. And although some may try to resist, it will affect us all. Provoking profound change in every area of life, the digital transformation will open fantastic opportunities for improved quality of life, revolutionary business models, and more efficient economies. Geocom is shaping this change by developing targeted solutions, to benefit from this digital potential and to successfully master new challenges.
We see digital networking as an engine for growth and prosperity. Digital skills are a deciding factor when it comes to success, even for small and medium-sized enterprises. Even in industrial contexts, digitalization can achieve higher productivity and efficiency.
The digital revolution does not only mean the emergence of new products and services, but is also reinvigorating existing processes and logics. New applications and more areas of use are recognizing the value of GIS when it comes to solving real-time tasks and in processes that are vital to business. Local references can be evaluated, decisions can be made more rapidly, and their quality is therefore improved.
Millions of users are already applying GIS as a framework to analyze, visualize, and prepare data of different types and origins. We want to connect this data in a simple way, and transform it into valuable information for various user groups using a web-based GIS. Processes can be analyzed, addressed, displayed, and even forecast in a more consistent way. Data is considered, evaluated, and used in a new way – from ge-ographical locations and process-oriented solutions right through to a range of powerful possibilities.
In your and our futures, GEONIS is to act as a digital base for a range of options when it comes to acquiring, analyzing, representing, and passing on geospatial data.
Surf this wave with us to the future.