Water and wastewater solutions
Malaysia’s water and wastewater companies have looked to Geographic Information System (GIS) technology to strengthen their operations and streamline their service delivery.
The technology integrates and analyses data from multiple business systems to create a dynamic and interactive map-based view of information.
Its advanced visualisation and analytical capabilities provides managers with an overall connected view of their business, allowing them to confidently make decisions across areas including:
- Infrastructure management and construction
- Operations and maintenance
- Workforce management
- Finance and administration
- Planning and engineering
To discover how Esri Malaysia’s GIS for water and wastewater solutions can help you increase your
organisation’s efficiency – contact Esri Malaysia today on (03) 7629 5518
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