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Our ongoing GIS services include these specific areas:

  • Enterprise architecture design, implementation, and maintenance
  • Installation, configuration and maintenance of GIS software
  • Front-end customization, including information visualization enhancement, altered appearance and behavior to tailor to specific use case, and interactive reporting mechanisms
  • Back-end customization, including enhanced data management and interoperability across platforms, databases, and applications
  • Management of server configuration, network security, and user access options
  • Data migration and validation
  • Data storage and quality assurance tools
  • Technical and user documentation

Our GIS practice offers in-depth experience with ESRI tools, documented methodologies, and a successful record of managing geospatial databases, deploying enterprise licenses, and developing and deploying cloud-based solutions.

E-Ternational’s proven and successful approach to enterprise GIS, including the ESRI online and cloud suite, enables fast and effective deployment of geospatial capabilities and tools at significantly lower programmatic, technical, schedule, and cost risks to our clients.

We have successfully deployed GIS services for:

  • Administering geospatial data through ESRI's Spatial Database Engine (SDE), Oracle, and SQL Server 
  • Loading geospatial data into SDE, Oracle, and SQL Server
  • Continually tuning the database servers to optimize use and access
  • Administering BTS ArcGIS Server web mapping applications

We provide:

  • Interactive data filtering and analysis
  • Advanced geospatial web visualization tools
  • Rapid design, development, and deployment of GIS web mapping apps
  • Custom GIS web app development

Service-Oriented Mapping

E-Ternational provides geospatial solutions to federal clients such as the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT). USDOT uses geographic information systems (GIS) technology in two primary ways:

  1. To better understand and visualize spatially referenced information, analyze the transportation networks, and make informed national-level decisions; and
  2. To provide geospatial data and information to its customers including researchers, professional analysts, and the general public.

Visual Tools for Decision-Making


Visual Interpretation of Geographic Data