WLG’s GIS solutions range from enterprise-wide spatially enabled corporate systems to individually focused, custom desktop applications. A variety of different technologies are utilized based on the needs of the business model ensuring that internal networks, intranet, and Internet thin client protocols are properly utilized. The integration of these different technologies is typically required to support a complete business architecture.
WLG delivers services for all facets of GIS development. Our team of GIS experts has extensive experience in the development and management of GIS projects for client projects of all sizes. Leveraging this experience, we have helped develop comprehensive mapping systems for municipal, federal, state, and commercial clients nationwide.
WLG has designed databases, software, and systems based on robust business process modeling, requirements analysis and UML modeling techniques. Identifying technical opportunities to improve operational efficiencies are often part of the business re-engineering component of the design process. The key aspect of our design services is developed to ensure an intimate tie to possible future spatial database and software.
WLG has developed databases and software that reflects a software presentation that matches the client business model. Development incorporates database development, data conversion, as well as software engineering. Testing, quality assurance, and certification are key components of the development phase. Implementation – database, software and systems implementation and deployment services are provided as a key component. This includes existing systems integration, training, and incremental roll out of software modules as business needs and priorities dictate.
MAINTENANCE & SUPPORT
Once implemented, ongoing maintenance and support are critical aspects for ensuring the production system is successful. This may include establishment of training and support programs and a help desk. These services ensure long-term success and help transition intellectual and physical ownership of the system to the client.