GISCON Geoinformatik GmbH
We offer all services related to the introduction, utilization and application of geographic information systems. The range of services and activities offered by GISCON covers the whole process of GIS implementation life cycle ranging from consulting services and training to applications development and turn-key projects. That means that you receive all the necessary components for the success of your GIS project from one source. Our successful projects in both Western and Eastern Europe and in the Middle East have provided GISCON with the valuable experience to enable us to also offer high quality services outside Germany.
Find locations served, office locations, manufacturers and our distributors.
- Business Type:
- Software vendor
- Industry Type:
- Soil and Groundwater
- Market Focus:
- Internationally (various countries)
Linking experts' knowledge
Projects are conducted through a network of competence teams according to the customer requirements. In a highly diverging GIS marketwith a confusing range of services and high investment risks, these 'panels of experts' are considered as pilots for your IT project. In search of productive, low cost and future-oriented solutions, each competence team contributes to the devloper pool by adding individual knowledge and experience, e.g. analysis, web GIS or custom programming. In this way we systematically use synergy effects of highly specialised experts to create customised GIS applications.
There is an international network of qualified partners and service providers to support us if necessary. As strategic partners,our GIS and IT specialists provide your company with comprehensive know-how in a reliable and experienced way. In order to achieve this we work in close cooperation with the management on site and involve the local personnel on a broad basis. Thus, we ensure that all participants have access to the whole emerging project knowledge.Applications and production processes are therefore implemented under our direct supervision. We do not consider our goal to be reached before users are able to independently operate the whole system.