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Thought Leadership

GIS is confusing. We've been providing thought leadership for nearly 20 years. The technology is in the midst of a revolution. WebMapSolutions are helping organizations move past barriers and integrate GIS into their core technology.

Flexible GIS

We are building integrated GIS solutions which are easy to use (intuitive), can be altered for your own needs and workflows (extensible, configurable), work across all devices (cross platform and cross device), and are always available (connected and disconnected).

Solution Providers

From 'Application and Integration Frameworks' to 'GIS Process' solutions. We are helping to simplify the GIS implementation path for our customers. Our team of GIS specialists are building the best and most appropriate solutions, geared for your needs.

ArcGIS Platform

The ArcGIS Platform provides unique GIS & location based solutions. Uniting desktop, Web and mobile applications. WebMapSolutions are recognised as an ArcGIS for Local Government Specialty and ArcGIS Online Specialty esri partner. We are ArcGIS experts

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"We wanted to implement an ArcGIS solution. WebMapSolutions helped us each step of the way."
Russell, IT Manager, San Jose
"Our users workflows are unique, we needed a custom mobile GIS app, WebMapSolutions delivered."
Katie, GIS Manager, Houston
"WebMapSolutions disconnected editing app is amazing, its a more flexible version of ArcGIS Collector"
Bill, GIS Professional, Sydney, Australia

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From The Blog

Is the GIS Revolution still being driven by early adopters?

May 14th by web maps

In this blog post I wanted to step back and reflect on the dramatic changes in GIS, we’ve been calling it the GIS Revolution. To ask the question is there a gap between perception and reality? And discuss the continued importance of early adopters. The emergence of cloud and mobile technology have raised dramatically the more »

UGIC 2015: Disconnected ArcGIS in the Browser is Finally Here

May 14th by web maps

UGIC 2015: Disconnected ArcGIS in the Browser is Finally Here from mattbsheehan

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