Nobel Systems will implement its state-of-the-art GeoViewer GIS system for Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District.
The water district will use both Nobel’s flagship Online and Mobile GeoViewer software with unlimited licenses to manage their daily operations, including excavation alert, valve exercising, and hydrant flushing.
Built on the latest smart map technology available, GeoViewer is customizable so it can be personalized to the district’s website. Personnel will be able to control any and all content to be published on the site.
Like all Nobel’s (SaaS) products, GeoViewer is cloud-based, so it is easy to configure and use; minimal to no training is required. There are no additional servers, software or dedicated infrastructure to buy, making GeoViewer incredibly cost-effective for organizations looking to integrate a GIS system or replace an existing system.
With GeoViewer, the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District will be able to:
- Engage with citizens to enable meaningful dialogue regarding critical information specific to their property
- Increase efficiency and streamline workflow process in the office and in the field
- Enhance data usability and accessibility throughout the organization
- Access spatial information with a click of a button, for an On-the-Fly request
The Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District has evolved from a small privately owned company that was started to support development in the District’s service area, to the system today that serves more than 35,000 people in both the City Of Beaumont and the community of Cherry Valley.
Nobel Systems is an industry leader in all aspects of Geospatial Services, Software Engineering, Software Integration, and Cloud Spatial Solutions (SaaS). Nobel has successfully enabled more than 100 organizations with smarter technology that delivers optimal efficiency, effectiveness, and ROI.
More information about Nobel Systems GeoViewer can be obtained here.