GIS is a broad term that is applied to a system that is designed to visualise, capture, store, manipulate, analyse, manage, and present all types of geographical data. Our GIS mapping tools can compile a wide range of data into ONE easily-accessed view of that data that is seamlessly integrated into your business processes. This includes data from properties, physical assets such as infrastructure networks, zoning information, refuse collection, and even population modelling.

What Meier IT Offers

  • GIS data management and presentation for distribution to users (e.g. internal & field workers);
  • Integration of GIS systems with other systems such as rating, financial, and asset management systems;
  • Easy-to-use map-making capabilities, using customisable templates to match corporate branding. Scaling and map series creation can easily be performed without the need to understand complex GIS concepts. Uses range from creating a quick and simple one-off map with a title block, to a whole town planning zone map series covering an entire region;
  • A comprehensive report generator that makes it quick and efficient to produce Dial Before You Dig (DBYD), engineering, flood, zoning, and other customised reports;
  • Tools to process geographic data such as tools for drawing, data correction, conversion between formats and coordinate systems, and importing and exporting of data;
  • Tools to facilitate data synchronisation between central and field computers, including automatic downloads of data for field computers, customised data entry forms, and updating of central records with changes recorded in the field;
  • Add-ons that can be combined with your GIS system to provide:
    • Closed circuit television (CCTV) technology to enhance management of asset maintenance;
    • Network analysis software to perform isolation break queries;
    • Modelling scenarios customised to your requirements, including population modelling, hydrographic survey analysis and monitoring.


  • Integrated information that can improve decision making since GIS permits multiple layering of information;
  • Capacity to view, understand, question, interpret, visualise and export data in many ways that reveal relationships, patterns, and trends in the form of maps, reports, and charts;
  • Improved communication with users since clear, easy-to-read maps and data mean that information is easily shared and quickly understood;
  • Better monitoring of changes that occur over time;
  • More efficient use of resources through combining maintenance and other activities scheduled for the same location;
  • Ability to rapidly access and query mapping information by users with minimal GIS skills;
  • Customisable maps with corporate branding for external users;
  • Integration of GIS data into other existing systems, making business processes more efficient and less subject to errors.