In the business world it’s rare that you can purchase an asset that configures to all of your needs, will grow with you as your needs change, and is being constantly improved and updated over time. Consider some of the equipment or items that businesses purchase for operation: furniture, renovations to their property, property design, etc. In each of these cases the company has a sizable outlay of cash to purchase items that last a few years and then need to be replaced. If a company buys a couch for their waiting room, that couch will last for three, maybe five years, before it needs to be replaced due to being worn out or out of style. The company can’t add on to the couch or download an update for it; the couch is either in style and desirable or it’s old and now unwanted. And the same goes for artwork that a company might put throughout their building or space. Eventually they will tire of the art. It’s not going to change or evolve, they’ll either lose interest or the art will go out of style and it will need to be replaced. They won’t have any way to recoup their investment because they’ll have to give away the art or donate it.
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Today we want to talk about geographic information systems (GIS), or as they’re better known in every day use, maps. As the world becomes more accessible and we become ever more focused on precise travel and clear marking of territories, boundaries, and property lines, GIS technology is becoming increasingly important. At Hiperwall we believe that the products and services you purchase and interact with on a daily basis need to be an extension of your human capability and easily accessible for multiple people. Today we are going to dive into the two biggest benefits of empowering your GIS content with Hiperwall technology.