Learn How to Streamline Locating Tasks and Prevent Damage to Subsurface Infrastructure with a GIS-Centric Approach

Unexpected damage to subsurface infrastructure is disruptive and often expensive. The good news? In most cases, it’s also preventable. In this webinar, we’ll look at the data on damage, its leading causes, and how combining GIS with new technologies can help reduce risk. See how streamlining workflows around 811 locate requests enables utility owners and operators the ability to empower locators in the field, manage seasonal influxes of tickets, and track damage prevention efforts.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • The scale and impact of damages related to locating practices
  • How to handle different locating scenarios such as emergency requests, working with contractors, and complying with requirements for positive response or documentation
  • How managers, dispatchers and locators benefit from a GIS-centric ticket management solution

About VertiGIS

VertiGIS® is a leading GIS solution provider and software developer. Their focus is the development of software solutions and services that help utilities, land management, public sector, energy, telecommunications, and manufacturing customers build bridges between their business processes and location technology. VertiGIS is the maker of Geocortex®, which is used by thousands of customers to enhance the capabilities of the applications they build with Esri’s ArcGIS® and deliver a world-class experience to millions of end-users around the world.


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