The drawers in the basement are dusty, your desk is full of maps and you are on the phone with someone who claims the City tree on their lot is dying. For the 100th time you say there has to be a better way to manage daily operations. We agree—there is.
For more than 20 years, Ruekert/Mielke has been a leader in providing cloud-based GIS services to municipalities throughout Wisconsin and Illinois. In other words, this is not our first rodeo. What you can expect from our firm is time-tested GIS software that includes valuable tools and functionality. Plus we also offer a consulting service so your GIS plan is implemented to match your community’s processes.
Because applying GIS applications can seem overwhelming, we work with communities in steps/phases, helping them develop a steady and balanced approach for the applications. What does this mean for you? First, it allows you to budget the implementation over several years and departments, while also providing the time needed for staff to become familiar with the GIS applications. Then, once your staff understands GIS functionality and its benefits, they’ll be able to provide feedback so that the GIS system fits their needs and wants.
Looking for a better way to manage? Check out our GIS offerings:
- Data conversion
- Utility and parcel mapping
- Field inventory of assets
- Database design
- Electric utility data conversion and system mapping
- Needs assessment and implementation plans
- Utility structure location
- Web application development and hosting
- Asset management solutions
Our integration of eFieldReporting™, municipal engineering, GIS and Capital Improvement Planning provides a comprehensive view of all the facets your community may face during new construction, infrastructure upgrades or day-to-day facility needs. We don't just believe in working alongside your community. Our goal is to provide you with the right tools to make your job easier.
Could individual municipalities function as a team? Throughout Ozaukee County, local municipalities were moving forward with their individual GIS plans. However, there was no strategy. No coordination. No consistent path. That is where Ruekert/Mielke’s GIS coaching team came in. Assisting the County and municipalities in how they can work as a team, take possession and score.
Learn more about Ruekert/Mielke’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS):