Scalability, Sustainability and Security — The Three Keys to Deploying an Effective Land Information System

March 24, 2015
Christopher Barlow

Government entities charged with deploying an effective and efficient “fit for purpose” land information system (LIS) require real-time access to accurate information.  Whether the system supports land registry, land resource management, cadastre, valuation, or property tax administration or a combination thereof, it enhances the ability to make sound decisions and operate within budget while streamlining cash flow.

Don Peele shares how Aumentum land registry program is supporting governments and communities worldwide.  Read more in the geospatialworld.net

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