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UK local authorities get web based gazetteer tool

UK: GGP Systems, a GIS service provider, developed eNGz – a web based gazetteer tool for local authorities of the UK. The tool is designed to speed up corporate wide access to essential address data, boosting efficiency and service delivery. It is capable of returning results within two seconds of posting a query – even when accessing a national dataset comprising of millions of complex address records.

“GGP eNGz has been developed in partnership with some of the most demanding users of address information,” commented Tim Maxwell, Managing Director and founder of South London based GGP Systems. “It has been designed to provide reliable, responsive and above all fast results to complex queries when speed and accuracy are truly critical. Already in use in Country’s one of the leading police support organisations, GGP eNGz has been developed for the frontline of 999 emergency call handling and can therefore perform in many other markets.”

“At a time when all organisations are experiencing high demand for services coupled with reduced resources to react to these demands GGP eNGz gives staff access to essential address information at the touch of a button,” continued Maxwell. “This improves customer service, reduces unnecessary demands placed on back office staff and allows a truly joined up approach either within an organisation or between partner organisations.”

GGP eNGz, which offers advanced search options based on easy address lookup facilities, is the latest addition to the award-winning range of Gazetteer Management Software from Croydon-based IT company GGP Systems. Specifically developed to ensure a consistent, up-to-date and accurate base for all property based information within an organisation, the GGP software also manages import and export of data between the local authority databases and the NLPG, the national hub. The complete product suite was one of the first software solutions to receive accreditation for address data transfer (DTF 7.3), is fully compliant with BS7666.

Source: Geospatial PR