Data Collected is useless unless companies can process, analyze and manage the data in order to provide a deliverable in which business decisions can be made.
One common theme we hear from most of our clients is that they have more data than they know what to do with but they can’t do anything with the data. At Ascent we have a team of Data Analysis experts that can turn raw data into actionable intelligence.
Understanding the business outcomes first and foremost allows Ascent the ability to work quickly and efficiently when converting raw data into business deliverables.
If organizations work with multiple different vendors on the same project, the goals will differ with each vendor, all the while losing focus on the ultimate goal of the project. In addition, there is always the risk of one vendor pointing the finger at another vendor.
Having one team that works together to solve a problem is extremely valuable for companies looking to hit their timelines and come in under budget.
Optimizing our team of Professional Land Surveyors, Civil Engineers, CAD Technicians, GIS Technicians, GIS Analysts, GIS Programmers, GIS Managers, Remote Sensing Data Managers, and other geospatial specialists provides Ascent with a level of expertise that is unique in our industry.
The most common statement customers make is that they, “have more data than they know what to do with and they don’t know what to do with the data.”
Being able to manage multiple types of geospatial data differentiates a true Geomatics company from all the rest. In addition, being able to convert geospatial data into certain formats or standards that particular organizations need is extremely important.
Leveraging multiple software packages, Ascent’s proprietary GIS Asset Management system, and other technologies allow for Ascent to process, analyze and manage large quantities of geospatial data. Internal FME and SDE management systems allow for streamlined processing and housing of client data through a central source.
Some of the different data management tools that Ascent uses to help process and analyze geospatial data include: