HUNTSVILLE, Ala., July 05, 2012
The Municipal Information Systems Association (MISA) Conference, which takes place annually in Ontario, Canada, provided the perfect platform for Intergraph to introduce its newest enterprise GIS solution to the Ontario market. Held this year from May 27-30, MISA attracted municipal technology divisions under the theme of, “TransITion – Building the Future.” The technical audience at MISA, comprised of local and regional government staff, consultants and service providers, were able to receive a demonstration of MuniSight – a robust application specifically designed to address the geospatial mapping needs of small- to mid-size municipalities.
At the heart of MuniSight lies a deep understanding of municipal data and municipal data sources. It consolidates information from various municipal business systems, thereby providing a central point of access and management. By allowing users to interact with municipal data through a rich web-enabled map interface, MuniSight facilitates quicker, more efficient decision-making and streamlines operations.
MuniSight has been used in municipal governments in western Canada for more than 13 years to manage and review data such as property assessments, parcel maps, planning and development, transportation data, utilities, hydrography, aerial photography, emergency services and agricultural services, among others. It is built upon Intergraph’s GeoMedia WebMap technology, providing location-based information data management capabilities for finance, taxation, property assessment, asset management, transportation and infrastructure. With easy-to-use, point-and-click map navigation, data layers, export capabilities, ad-hoc queries, linear referencing system (LRS) and other capabilities, MuniSight is widely accepted by municipalities for its ability to provide access to information for technical and non-technical users alike. Combining its capabilities with its wide acceptance and track record for solution flexibility, Intergraph is pleased to be launching MuniSight in the Ontario local government environment.