What is GIS?

A geographic information system (GIS) lets us visualize, question, analyze, and interpret data to understand relationships, patterns, and trends.
(esri.com website definition)

If your data has location, then GIS technology can help your organization. Nearly 80% of all data we work with has a location component, whether it is a street address, a zip code, a town, or a very specific latitude/longitude point.

GIS for Town Supervisors and Mayors, Boards, Water/Sewer District and Highway Superintendents, Assessors, Public Safety and Codes Departments

Whether you are the town supervisor, historical society director or public works manager, having access to your community's data within a GIS can make doing your job much easier. For example, a GIS can:

What's my return on investment?
Read real ROI testimonials

Businesses, Nonprofits and Not-for-profit Organizations

As a business owner or organization director, you need to make informed decisions and communicate effectively. Today's GIS technology can help you:

Business Application of GIS: helpful articles
GIS Can Save You Money on Gas
GIS Can Help Target Your Marketing Efforts

Tourism Professionals

A map can do so much more than provide directions!
Let MVGIS create maps for you that will help:

Whether its simple maps or more complex data analysis, let the power of GIS assist you in making your job easier. Contact us today to learn more.

What our clients are saying

"Mohawk Valley GIS was extremely easy to work with. They approached our project with a can-do attitude and were very flexible and accommodating in regard to requests for adjustments. Communications were easy and effective, too, and the product was well prepared and delivered in a timely fashion. I would not hesitate to work with MVGIS again."
Daniel Sargent,
Assistant to the President,
Herkimer College