Planning and Design

Geographic Information System (GIS) is a central repository infrastructure of data, associated with a spatial component.  The spatial aspect is the primary key for making better informed decision by NGO’s, Government Agencies, Utilities and Private Organizations.

Big Data

A single GPS location can have several fields, such as Name, Address, ID, etc., and hundreds of thousands of records. The idea is to have a synchronous design to allow for efficient update and retrieval of information.


Geography and the combination of Information Technology results in analytical thematic maps based on specific data. Maps displays essential information for more informed decision making processes for operations and allocation of resources.


The Environmental Systems Research Institute is one of the most leading provider of GIS Mapping Software. Esri buildings upon the ArcGIS Platform catering to a diverse range of consumer products, as Saas and Paas.

Open Source

QGIS is the top most used open source GIS Mapping Software. It is a cost effect measure, but does require a bit of learning when establishing a GIS Infrastructure.

ArcGIS Platform

Services that can be provided using the ArcGIS Suite:

  • Installation and Configuration
  • Basic – Intermediate Training
  • Data Collection Design – Collector for ArcGIS
  • Semi Automation using Model Builder
  • Operations Dashboard
  • Web Application Creation
  • Cartography for Thematic Maps
  • Postgresql Administration
  • Other Services
  • ArcGIS for Desktop 10.8.1
  • ArcGIS Pro 2.7.2
  • ArcGIS Server – Enterprise
  • Portal for ArcGIS
  • ArcGIS Online for Organization
  • PostGIS

Open Source Platform

Services that can be provided using open source GIS software:

  • Installation and Configuration
  • Basic Training
  • Digital Survey Creation using
  • Postgresql Administration
  • Other Services
  • QGIS Desktop
  • Kobo Collect
  • PostGIS