We serve the majority of the 100 largest cities in the U.S., and our ZoomProspector technology is implemented in 43 states to promote economic growth and prosperity. Here you can see examples of our work.
...an interactive maps that zero in on available land, warehouses, offices or factories, cataloged according to specifications typed in by companies that might be looking to expand in the Midwest. And site selection trade journals concur that nearly 90% of site searches begin on the Internet. That means that any region without a Web presence gets bypassed without even knowing it lost its chance.
Information technology heavyweight Dell Inc. came to appreciate the value of GIS during its 2004 site search for a new customer service center. Dell eventually chose a 60-acre site in Oklahoma City for a new 120,000 sq. ft. facility. When the clock wound down on the final site choice after a three-month search, a web-based GIS tool used by the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce played a key role.
PPL's (Pennsylvania Power & Light's) Web site combines an extensive regional site database with data in the International Economic Development Council's standardized format. Site selectors can use Geographic Information System (GIS) technology to sort through information on potential locations.