Research and Markets: Where In the City Using GIS to Manage Government Information (Strategic Focus) Provides Strategies to Help Vendors Penetrate the Government GIS Industry

DUBLIN, Ireland—(BUSINESS WIRE)—April 1, 2009— Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dbf2bd/where_in_the_city) has announced the addition of the " Where in the City Using GIS to Manage Government Information (Strategic Focus)" report to their offering.

 

Because nearly all of the information collected by governments contains a geographic element, public authorities are increasingly implementing GIS solutions to manage all that data. From mapping crime rates to monitoring traffic patterns, governments are looking for ways to leverage GIS in order to make more informed management decisions and provide enhanced service to constituents.

Scope

  • Provides an overview of how government agencies have implemented GIS to enhance operations and improve public services
  • Provides data from an end-user survey on why governments adopt GIS and how they are using the solution
  • The take GIS priorities of government agencies and departments
  • Provides strategies to help vendors penetrate the government GIS industry

Highlights of this title

GIS has been widely adopted by government agencies

Constituent demand for better service drives the adoption of GIS by government

Web-based mapping tools have popularized the use of GIS by the public sector

Key reasons to purchase this title

  • Learn about how government agencies are leveraging GIS
  • Understand the drivers behind the adoption of GIS in public agencies
  • Identify strategies which GIS vendors should adopt for future success in the government sector

Key Topics Covered:

  • Overview
  • Key Messages
  • GIS has been widely adopted by government agencies
  • Constituent demand for better service drives the adoption of GIS by government
  • Web-based mapping tools have popularized the use of GIS by the public sector
  • GIS is used by governments largely for geospatial analysis to enhance decision-making
  • The need to meet transparency and performance targets is key to GIS adoption
  • GIS vendors seeking to sell their solutions to government should adopt a vertical strategy
  • Market Opportunity
  • GIS has been widely adopted by government agencies
  • Governments are using GIS to improve a wide variety of internal functions
  • Although labor-intensive, GIS has cost-savings implications for government agencies
  • There is a strong need to develop GIS standards for integration, data exchange and mobile functions
  • Constituent demand for better service drives the adoption of GIS by government agencies
  • Web-based mapping tools have popularized the use of GIS by government agencies
  • Governments are using GIS to display basic data on constituent facing functions
  • GIS adoption is inhibited by challenges around data privacy and information sharing
  • A trend towards government information sharing and collaboration has driven GIS adoption
  • Customer Impact: Using GIS to enhance government services
  • GIS is used by governments largely for geospatial analysis to enhance decision-making
  • GIS enhances operations by adding spatial characteristic to everything from incidents to public assets
  • Geocoding is at the heart of GIS analytical tools
  • Governments leverage GIS to conduct advanced modeling and simulation exercises
  • The need to meet transparency and performance targets is key to GIS adoption
  • Government GIS deployments tend to be driven by central IT departments
  • Go to Market
  • Partner networks delivering a complete solution will be key in a competitive market
  • Analytics will become increasingly important for GIS offerings
  • GIS vendors seeking to sell their solutions to government should adopt a vertical strategy
  • Vendors must educate the market on the possibilities of GIS

APPENDIX List of Figures

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Source: Datamonitor

 



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