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Apps, Tools, and Other Resources for GIS Management

Avoid the Monsters.
Utility Mapping. Done Right.

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isualize your projects, assets, and more on an interactive map.

Columbus had no idea what dangers were lurking beneath the un-mapped depths of his journey; but you can!

Utility mapping allows you to get a list of all your assets in an interactive map. Highlight areas of a map an instantly generate actionable information like age of assets, probability of wear, and active projects in that area. Our team will help you get all your desired information available at a glance.

GIS Utility Mapping

Strategic Partnerships
We have strategically aligned with top-tier business partners to provide our clients best-in-class implementation and ongoing GIS, Trimble Cityworks Smart City services! Our long-standing business relationships include some of the following companies:

WHY CHOOSE US?

Choosing NewEdge Services means partnering with a team dedicated to delivering exceptional solutions tailored to your specific needs. Our unmatched expertise, certified credentials, and unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction ensure that we provide value and support at every step. With NewEdge, you gain a reliable partner focused on helping you succeed and achieve your goals efficiently.

Customer Satisfaction

Our top priority is complete client satisfaction. We ensure the systems we develop support our clients’ daily operations effectively. Many of our current clients can attest to our commitment to being a valuable team member, dedicated to helping them achieve their goals.

Expertise

Our team possesses extensive experience with major GIS and Asset Management solutions. We collaborate with you to design a system tailored to your current needs and requirements without altering your processes. With over 100 years of combined industry experience, we ensure a seamless and effective implementation.

Credentials

We are proudly certified as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), and Texas Historically Underutilized Business (HUB).