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Intergraph Geospatial 2013: A New Era of Geospatial Information Management

The core promise of all geospatial solutions is to provide the information required to drive organizational decision making. For government agencies, utility companies, public safety organizations, and more, spatial data serves as the foundation for meeting enterprise goals.

However, for many years, organizations have faced tough challenges – challenges that have made it difficult to use geospatial data as effectively as possible. In some cases, getting the right data to the right place could take months, with highly trained staff members required for managing complex and cumbersome GIS systems. Also, organizations have been required to work with multiple vendors for each phase of the geospatial lifecycle, which is very costly and inefficient.

Fortunately, all of that is changing. We are excited to announce the launch of our Intergraph Geospatial 2013 portfolio.  With Geospatial 2013, we are entering a new era where the core promise of geospatial solutions is coming to life — in ways that will positively impact organizational effectiveness. For the first time ever, one company is offering a comprehensive solution that connects all geospatial genres by integrating photogrammetry, remote sensing, and GIS into a streamlined system available on desktop, server, web, and mobile devices.

With Geospatial 2013, organizations can drive real-time, smarter decisions by shortening the lifecycle of geospatial data management. By uniting geospatial solutions, we are helping to unite organizations, improve projects, and lower training and implementation costs. We have also taken a completely modern approach by updating all of our geospatial products, which now feature creative and highly intuitive interfaces. The end result is the ability to harness the power of geospatial data from multiple sources, providing on-demand access to dynamic information, with imagery and maps that are accurate, portable, and relevant.

There is a bright future ahead for users of geospatial information. The united, modern, and dynamic approach of Geospatial 2013 will help organizations make those smarter decisions that deliver tangible results. I recommend all of our customers, partners, and prospects explore our new Intergraph Geospatial 2013 resources page.  I welcome your comments and feedback, and wish you the best on a successful and prosperous new year.

About The Author

John Graham

John Graham directs the overall global strategy for Intergraph's Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I) division. Mr. Graham leads the division and its Federal, Security & Infrastructure, Government, Photogrammetry, Public Safety, Transportation, and Utilities & Communications business units. Prior to joining Intergraph, Mr. Graham served as executive vice president, global sales and service for Siemens UGS Software. A former U.S. Navy officer, he holds a master's degree in business administration from George Mason University and a bachelor's degree in business from the University of Mississippi.

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