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Summary of GIS Services

GIS provides managerial and technical consulting to clients in the United States and Internationally. GIS clients include leading firms in most industries and many governmental agencies. The following is a summary of our many services. Please contact us for further details.

 

Information Systems Planning

          Needs Assessments Based on Business Requirements and Available Technology

          Development of Specifications for Procurements or Implementations

          Selection of Vendors via Competitive or Non-Competitive Bidding

          Preparation of Long and Short-term Plans

          Mainframe- Network- or Client-server Technologies

 

Technical Consulting

          Systems Software Strategy and Implementations

          Operating Systems Conversions

          Data Communications Hardware and Software

          Optical Technology Systems

          Equipment Planning and Selection

 

Computer Resource Planning

          Performance Management from End-to-end

          Service Level Management from End-to-end

          Capacity Management and Workload Forecasts

          Executive Information/Decision Support Systems

          Client Server Multi-level Systems

 

Data Processing Effectiveness Reviews

          Organization and Computer Operations

          Service Delivery and Cost-effectiveness

          Hardware and Systems Software Configuration

    Application Systems in Most Industries

          Systems Security in Single- or Multi-level Configurations

 


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