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The reasoning behind LGeo's formation is that high-value applications of GIS such as data-driven decision support (such as: “Where is the best location to place something?”), spatial modeling (“How do things change over time and space?”) and optimization analyses (“What is the most efficient way to deliver a service?”) are not typically sold as outright consulting services; rather they are delivered by end-of-service GIS technicians who, while technically proficient, are often ill-equipped due to lack of consulting acumen to respond directly to their clients’ needs.
It is the firm belief of LGeo that there exists tremendous market potential to do good GIS consulting. In effect, using GIS and geospatial technology to: solve the hard problems; lend transparency to decision making; manage the risk of massive data; and help people understand the spatial environment that surrounds them.
Thus, LGeo has been formed to fill this gap in consulting service delivery to assist urban planners, land economists, municipal decision makers, non-profits and other organizations that seek to make sense of the tsunami of data that surrounds us and turn it into meaningful and actionable information.
To accomplish the above task, LGeo's principal, Aaron Licker brings to the table over a decade of solid GIS consulting experience, a relentless enthusiasm for interesting work and a proven track record of delivering GIS projects that create value for his clients. Aaron is enormously pleased to be able start LGeo, and he welcomes any questions you may have about LGeo's services at email@example.com
Aaron's CV can be located here
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