GeoNexus Technologies Receives “Lighting Up the Entire Organization” Award at 2017 Esri Partner Conference

Ann Arbor, MI | March 8, 2017 GeoNexus Technologies is delighted to announce that they were selected as the recipient of the, “Lighting Up the Entire Organization,” award last weekend at the Esri Partner Conference. The award recognizes their work expanding the ArcGIS platform at multiple customer sites, including the City of Clearwater and Washington… Continue Reading “GeoNexus Technologies Receives “Lighting Up the Entire Organization” Award at 2017 Esri Partner Conference”

2016 Year in Review – A Word from the President

As 2016 comes to an end, we take time to reflect on our work this year. It’s been an exciting and challenging year for GeoNexus. We launched a new website, attended productive conferences, formed new partnerships, launched innovative products, added robust functionality enhancements to existing products, and continued to grow our GeoWorx® user community. In… Continue Reading “2016 Year in Review – A Word from the President”

Integrating GIS and EAM in the Cloud

Introduction Traditionally, technologies used to maintain an organization’s linear and distributed assets, such as Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Enterprise Asset Management Systems (EAM) have been implemented on premise, but we are seeing an increasing trend to move these systems to the cloud. This trend is largely due to vendors offering attractive cloud based licensing… Continue Reading “Integrating GIS and EAM in the Cloud”

The City of Detroit Implements GeoWorx Sync to Help Mitigate Fire Disasters

In March of 2015, the City of Detroit watched in horror as yet another house went up in flames. Firefighters arrived on scene where they expected to find a fully functioning fire hydrant, or at least that’s what their records indicated. Instead they found an out of service, frozen hydrant and to make things worse,… Continue Reading “The City of Detroit Implements GeoWorx Sync to Help Mitigate Fire Disasters”

Is Your Enterprise Asset Data Reliable? The Consequences Can Be Costly…

Introduction Asset intensive organizations, like utilities, make key business decisions on a daily basis informed by the data managed in their enterprise systems. In order for an organization to make the best business decisions, the data used in the decision making process must have a high level of accuracy, consistency, and completeness. Using unreliable data… Continue Reading “Is Your Enterprise Asset Data Reliable? The Consequences Can Be Costly…”

Synchronizing Enterprise Asset Data Between GIS and EAM Regardless of System of Entry

Two technologies used extensively by utilities to maintain their infrastructure assets include Geographic Information Systems (GIS) like Esri® ArcGIS and Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) systems like IBM® Maximo, Oracle® WAM, and ABB® Ellipse. GIS is used to manage spatial location and associated descriptive attributes of assets, while EAM systems are used to handle asset condition… Continue Reading “Synchronizing Enterprise Asset Data Between GIS and EAM Regardless of System of Entry”