Delivering services to customers via
the Internet helps build the link between people and government or between organizations and the
customers they serve.
A WinGIS subscription membership uses a variety of maps allowing members to access the following types of data: utilities, parcels, contour lines & spot elevations, zoning and more.
By combining the immense wealth of GIS functionality and web-based technology, WinGIS is able to help organizations meet the challenges of reducing costs, delivering services faster, providing better customer service and increasing productivity.
Engineering firms are able to reduce the time it takes for field work in preplanning of construction sites. Title and Real Estate companies can research properties and determine property values in a greatly reduced amount of time.
WinGIS is a valuable resource for land use planning and economic development. Used as a visualization tool, users are able to run multiple "what if" scenarios and options to assess the impact of neighboring properties when new development opportunities arise.
to mark up the map in a variety of ways. Users can place text on the map, place points (using circles, diamonds or squares), drawing polylines and polygons, as well as using the polylines and polygons to measure distance and area. Additionally users are able to buffer both points and parcels. Users have available to them a number of layers(150+) to turn on/off via the 'Map Layers' list. The Map Layers list also allows users to choose which layer to use for identifying purposes. For example, depending on the layer selected, clicking on a parcel can return parcel ownership information, taxation information, the subdivision in which the parcel lies, zoning information, etc.