How can enterprise software solutions impact the way business operate?
IT spending on enterprise software is expected to be at an all-time high globally in 2017. The newest enterprise software solutions are bringing workplace technology up to speed with the consumer tech world, dramatically increasing operational efficiencies. Langan utilizes two widely-known enterprise software solutions, Esri® and EarthSoft’s EQuIS™, to improve the management of our clients’ valuable data. A central database model allows organizations to be more agile and responsive to client needs, increase productivity, and reduce risks, which ultimately leads to better work product quality and reduction in cost.
GIS (geographic information systems) is designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present spatial or geographic data. Esri®, a large suite of products and apps, is the industry standard for GIS, while EarthSoft’s EQuIS™ is a relational database with established schema for data analysis and reporting.
In partnership with Esri® and EarthSoft, Langan is developing unique enterprise solutions using these software packages to provide our clients with:
- On-demand team access to information (real-time and near real-time)
- Enhanced QA/QC of data and reduced risks
- Mobile field data collection tools
- Better data integrity
- Faster and more robust decision making
- Streamlined analysis and reporting
Langan’s Data Solutions Group provides the most efficient and accurate data management solutions for clients. Our valuable partnerships with Esri® and EarthSoft keep the firm at forefront of enterprise software solutions.
Answer provided by Kristen Ward, Geologist/Data Manager
Kristen Ward has nearly 10 years of experience with database management, design and visualization, 3D modeling in Earth Visualization System (EVS), and GIS design and analysis. As part of the Corporate Data Solutions Group at Langan, Kristen is responsible for overseeing all environmental database projects, planning, developing and maintaining databases, data reporting and visualization, researching new technologies, beta testing, developing corporate-wide standards and best management practices, and training employees to use new technologies.