Web Editing and Workflow Optimizationpresented to the GIS in the Rockies ConferenceJeff TomlinsonIntergraph Corporation, S...
Problems…and Solutions   Organizations are not making the most of their very expensive existing    geodata     – Solution...
GIS growth SUSPENDED in organizations Large potential geo user base   – Web mapping doesn’t support     powerful workflow...
1st Generation: ‘Enterprise GIS’                               GIS                              Doers                     ...
2012 Vendor Session, Smart Web Editing and Workflow Optimization, Jeff Tomlinson
2012 Vendor Session, Smart Web Editing and Workflow Optimization, Jeff Tomlinson
2012 Vendor Session, Smart Web Editing and Workflow Optimization, Jeff Tomlinson
2012 Vendor Session, Smart Web Editing and Workflow Optimization, Jeff Tomlinson
2012 Vendor Session, Smart Web Editing and Workflow Optimization, Jeff Tomlinson
2012 Vendor Session, Smart Web Editing and Workflow Optimization, Jeff Tomlinson
2012 Vendor Session, Smart Web Editing and Workflow Optimization, Jeff Tomlinson
2012 Vendor Session, Smart Web Editing and Workflow Optimization, Jeff Tomlinson
2012 Vendor Session, Smart Web Editing and Workflow Optimization, Jeff Tomlinson
2012 Vendor Session, Smart Web Editing and Workflow Optimization, Jeff Tomlinson
2012 Vendor Session, Smart Web Editing and Workflow Optimization, Jeff Tomlinson
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Working in multi-disciplinary environments introduces complex requirements and challenges that many conventional GIS solutions cannot support. While all users in an organization may require access to common data, access to specific records may vary depending on department, role, or geographic jurisdiction. User access may also vary as responsibilities change over the course of a project lifecycle. You need a solution that meets the needs of multidisciplinary organizations such as Departments of Transportation or municipal government, with highly configurable rules and a workflow engine that enables the implementation of dynamic life-cycle workflows, feature-level access control, data validation and behavior, and integration to other systems. Discover the breadth of organizations that have deployed such a solution, from municipalities, through transportation and utility infrastructure operators, to government emergency management agencies.

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  1. 1. Web Editing and Workflow Optimizationpresented to the GIS in the Rockies ConferenceJeff TomlinsonIntergraph Corporation, Security, Government & Infrastructure Division (SG&I)September 2012
  2. 2. Problems…and Solutions Organizations are not making the most of their very expensive existing geodata – Solution required: An easy way to roll-out technical apps to large numbers of clients. GIS means high overhead – Solution required: Support high-end geospatial functionality without the cost or complexity of desktop GIS. Enterprise data management is difficult – Solution required: Provide simple data and user management functionality, and simple forms and workflow creation. You must be a GIS person to do GIS – do you even need to know what ‘GIS’ is? – Solution required: Deliver tools that non-GIS experts can understand and use Inaccuracies in field data capture – Solution required: Data validation at capture or update. 2
  3. 3. GIS growth SUSPENDED in organizations Large potential geo user base – Web mapping doesn’t support powerful workflows – But no experience running desktop GIS Potential users need: – Geo-accelerated business workflows – Vertical market-focused workflows This requires a new approach! 3
  4. 4. 1st Generation: ‘Enterprise GIS’ GIS Doers GIS Users GIS Viewers
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