Gis in Telecommunications

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ESRI, Incorporated, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 108 pages
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GIS combines diverse kinds of geographic information, and that gives forward-thinking companies an indispensable new tool. In the toolhouse telecommunications marketplace, GIS can help firms streamline network design, find the cleanest paths for wireless operations, or solve difficult connectivity problems. Companies like the ones in this book are also finding that GIS will solve marketing and customer service needs - combining up-to-date geographic information with such data as demagraphics, service call histories, and revenue.

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Godin is a technical writer at ESRI Press.

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