Madison, USA, August 20, 2007: GeoAnalytics Inc., an IT consulting firm that specializes in the planning, design, and implementation of spatial intelligence systems, today that Dave Mockert has joined the firm as Director of Local and State Practice.
Mockert brings both a public and private sector background to GeoAnalytics. Most recently, he was the Geographic Information Officer and Deputy Chief Information Officer for the State of Wisconsin. Prior to moving to Wisconsin, Mockert held the position of CIO for the City of Indianapolis/Marion County and prior to that he was the city’s the GIS Administrator. His private sector service includes project management and technical consulting for Convergent Group/UGC Consulting
Working out of the firm’s corporate office, Mockert will lead GeoAnalytics’ local and state professional services and solutions teams. Of strong interest to these government clients and other public and private sector clients is GeoAnalytics expertise in the emerging field of spatial intelligence; integrating business data with spatial information across multiple platforms, and applying advanced statistical and modeling analytical tools to support decisions.
“GeoAnalytics is building a team of exceptional talent, expertise, industry knowledge, and leadership. Dave brings those qualities and more. His vision and accomplishments will serve our local and state clients very well indeed”, said GeoAnalytics CEO William Holland. “I am excited about joining GeoAnalytics in providing geospatial solutions to our clients and partners also it provides me with a tremendous opportunity to apply my experience in assisting state and local agencies in leveraging spatial intelligence in their resource management and decision making process.”said Mockert. “
Hank Garie to present at the URISA annual conference:
Hank Garie, Director of State and Federal Practices, will present at URISA’s 45th Annual Conference, in Washington DC on August 22. Garie’s presentation, “Integrating GIS Across the Enterprise with Spatial Intelligence,” will introduce and show real examples of this next dimension of GIS – Spatial Intelligence, including key organizational and management success factors; a proven technical framework for spatial and non-spatial data interoperability using the SAS Bridge and ubiquitous access using ESRI’s ArcGIS and the SAS Intelligent Warehousing and Information Delivery Portal; and how spatial intelligence can assist organizations measure performance for both internal and external customers.