Audits of GIS Data & Systems

Since information systems are critical to business today, it is essential for IT to be not only secure but also made available as a service that is responsive to the needs of users. Neither IT nor business is static; changes in either one alter the interface between the two and require a response and resolution.

We provide comprehensive IT audit services designed to deliver real value and underpin management confidence. We invite you to explore the many ways our professionals can help you. Our commitment to delivering high-quality IT services is at the heart of what we do.

Full implementation of network inventory, network asset management or other geospatial IT solutions in the daily work of all departments of the company depends largely on the quality of data collected in the system and procedures for the effective reorganization and transition of key business processes. Companies often lack a coherent approach to the use of data and system functionalities together. We can help to change it!

Our audit services cover various technologies (GE Smallworld, Google Maps, Oracle etc.) and various systems (GIS, Network Inventory, OSS, WFM and more). Globema’s consultants will help you develop strategies and action plans that will enable achieving business goals and ensure success and quality in subsequent planning, design, implementation and integration of the network and field operations.

Data audit and business processes review

We offer audit services regarding the quality of data gathered in the system, which is followed by developing solutions and procedures to ensure data consistency, completeness, and quality in the context of operational changes on the network.

The business processes audit includes verification of the actual use of the given system functionalities in business processes. In the analysis, we determine the key priorities for the operator business objectives in the context of the NIS (Network Inventory System). We offer solutions eliminating organizational and technical barriers and difficulties associated with the use of specific data and functionalities.


  • Network investments are driven by business strategies and objectives and aligned with market opportunities and demands
  • You maximize the value the business can derive from its network assets
  • Longer-term vision of network development and investment requirements is created
  • Well-timed and controlled phase-out of old technologies is carried out
  • Disruption to end-users is minimized during introduction of new infrastructure and services.