“I want to build a GIS someday, but I don’t even know what data I have, or where.”
“I have a mix of paper and electronic documents, and they are everywhere.”
Facility Security Officer:
“I can never guess the right search terms in my document management system.”
“I just want documents relevant to this location, not the whole facility.”
Real Estate Manager:
“I can never find all the documents I need, I am always operating in the dark.”
Search by area on the map to find all documents related to projects in that area, search by keyword or classification to identify documents anywhere within your facility, or combine the two for the most powerful search possible.
Store or link to any file type, such as CAD, photos, reports, or scanned documents, to a specific area on the map. Spatially-reference documents in an existing document management system or associate websites and web documents to map areas.
Store documents in your Electronic Document Management System (EDMS) of choice such as SharePoint, Documentum, FileNet, or Laserfiche, on a local network drive, or in the Enesgy Document Store in the cloud.
Works without your facilities being mapped in GIS. It can enhance an existing GIS, or it can kick-start a GIS program in a gradual, affordable way, with immediate ROI from day one.
Interested in building a GIS system from Enesgy Documents? Watch this presentation to learn about the sequence of cataloging documents, adding them to the map first without GIS intelligence, then with full conversion, to power your enterprise.
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