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Monty Hills

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Geographic information system GIS A Geographic information system (GIS) is a computer system that stores geographical information. And stores and displays geographical data. And also helps with future development planning. It describes places on the earths surface. The GIS is used for Government agencies, emergency services, other businesses and education uses.
Banking Services
Real Estate Usage of a GIS ~Health and Human services Public health
Hospital and health systems
Managed care Public Safty Fire rescue and EMS
Law Enforcement
Emergency and disaster Management Transportation Highways
Public Transit Education Libraries and Museums
Universities and Community Colleges G.I.S The top business users of the GIS unit
is the Real estate, Banking,and Retail Retail Banks Real Estate Banking is a competitive business. Market share and brand recognition alone aren't enough to attract and retain customers. To be more effective, many banks, credit card companies, credit unions, and other financial services organizations are turning to GIS to help them understand their data better than ever.

GIS allows your organization to:

-Enhance your understanding of risk, customer interaction, and economic conditions
-Increases their profitability and their overall operations Like real estate, GIS is all about location. This offers a variety of GIS–based solutions designed for all segments of the real estate business such as map–based content management and sophisticated investment analysis.
GIS allows you to integrate a wide variety of data into one, common format—a map. Presenting your customers with a visual representation of all the information affecting the desirability and value of a property can give a far more accurate picture of a property's suitability to their needs. Successful businesses use GIS software. Businesses go further than standard data analysis by using GIS tools to better understand, and analyze data using geography.GIS enables retailers to understand and visualize these geographic relationships and improve productivity, and effectiveness in these processes.
~Improve Organizational Integrationy
~Make Better Decisions
~Make Maps Why use a GIS? Bibliography www.Googleimages.com www.esri.com www.wikipedia.com Benifits of useing a GIS Better decision making
Improved communication
Better geographical record keeping
Managing geographically
Cost savings result from greater efficiency
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