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Cooperation Amongst Competitors? Remember, All Your Vendors Work for You!

by Kevin G. on July 31, 2014

Today’s environment is one that many different organizations are forced to work together to complete projects. In this environment, it is not uncommon for competitors to be forced to work together, coordinated their efforts, and share information. This blog takes a look at how the “owner” should navigate the situation when they need cooperation from competitors.   ... Continue Reading >

The Secret of Efficiency out in the Field

by Ryan on July 29, 2014

Many communities are saving thousands of dollars in the long run by implementing a few basic ideas.  Beacon Data Collection is part of the secret to the efficiency needed to save the bottom dollar. ... Continue Reading >

What is a Section Corner?

by Cindy on July 25, 2014

 A section corner is where two lines of a section meet. So, how did that corner get there and what is a “section"? ... Continue Reading >

GIS in Your Everyday Life and How it Benefits You

by Kevin G. on July 21, 2014

Whether you are reading your local newspaper or watching a national broadcast, you are seeing the benefits of GIS. There are many areas that GIS exists and people are not even aware of it. This blog with show you some of the ways that GIS is involved in your everyday life, and perhaps, open your eyes to future opportunities to benefit from GIS.
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How to Get the Most out of Your Support Request

by Ryan on July 16, 2014

You have a need for support help.  But what is the best way to go about it?  Should you call or email.  What do you need to reference?  Here is a quick 101 on how to get the most out of your support requests.  
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