Learn about Enea Ciepło, an enterprise that’s been using EC.GIS for 20 years. The system supports Enea in managing their fieldwork, heating network, and many more.
We asked Bogumiła Roszkowska, Deputy Manager at the Technical Analysis and Documentation Department at Enea Ciepło, to sum up the long-term cooperation with Globema in terms of implementing and developing the DH.GIS system. She quotes the famous martial arts master and actor, Bruce Lee:
Throughout almost 20 years of using the DH.GIS system, it became an essential, everyday tool for Enea Ciepło employees.
Many factors contributed to this outcome. The most important is engagement and systematic cooperation with Globema that guaranteed continuity of the system’s development adequately to the arising business challenges and needs as well as a wide range of applications for DH.GIS at the company. It was and is still possible thanks to its users’ creativity that find new areas for using modules such as Outage Management, Calculations, Real Assets, and Collisions but also additional external components like GSA and FME.
Some examples include using GeoGrid for supporting fieldwork technicians, using the Collisions module for supporting the process of coordinating different investments, and using FME and GSA for conducting a variety of management analyses.
The system is continuously supported, both when it comes to maintaining its operation and updating to new versions, software administration, and completing development work.
The GIS system is the most universal tool for spatial data processing and its development is entirely up to the needs, invention, and cooperation of its users and designers/developers.
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