Geometa is highly regarded for their expertise in the field, their willingness to share knowledge, and their product which can handle a full range of tasks in compliance with relevant regulations.
So, why do customers choose Geometa products?
1. Geometa’s user-friendly interface is designed with customers in mind. The structure of projects and directories is easy to understand
UX/UI designer Antonina notes that the team puts a lot of effort into understanding user needs before introducing new features. Through customer conversations and the study of tasks and processes, they prioritise convenience and functionality before appealing design, but still manage to come up with aesthetically pleasing applications from designer point of view.
2. Offered solutions are logical. Each digital service comes with a separate set of allowed document types
Our lead system analyst Andrei explains: “We talk to each customer and carefully study the tasks of end users to adapt them to the data model of our system and configure business processes. We don’t start configuring the system from scratch on new projects. Instead, we rely on our accumulated experience, which we have transformed into a set of common subsystems, also known as automated workstations (AWS). Each subsystem has its own logic, data structure, and unique templates for generating documents”.
3. Geometa is all about functional simplicity. Once a service is fulfilled, a document is generated that is ready for electronic approval.
Andrei shares that Geometa system adapts to fit the needs of each department, taking into account employee specialization. User rights management ensures that each employee only has access to the tools and data sets they need for their work without being distracted by unrelated ones. Finally, the system’s interconnected modules and elements allow for automation of routine processes.
4. Specific routine processes of customers are automated, such as requesting excerpts from cadastre of real estate and importing it to the system.
System analyst Nikolai shared his insight: “Each Geometa solution is designed to optimise user processes to make routine work easier. If possible, we try to automate everything, such as auto-filling of object attributes and double-checking for incorrect or missing data when entering data into the system. Additionally, documents can be generated based on information received from various government channels. This is made possible through interconnection of Geometa modules and external services and systems that allow data exchange. By integrating analytical tools, higher levels of automation can be achieved to make management decisions based on internal and external data. Examples are tools like the “Urban Analytics” module, which allow you to evaluate the urban environment by a variety of indicators and see what problems the territory currently has, what progress is made on previously made decisions, how effective improvement measures were”.
5. Geometa has its own separate service that can integrate with any other systems and services.
Senior developer Andrey comments on Geometa’s ability to integrate with external systems using an API based on two modules: Jasper and Jet. Using special web applications for each tool, it is possible to configure user rights to read or write certain types of data. Jasper module allows Geometa to share object information with external systems, while providing read and edit rights to the user. For instance, an object in Geometa system can be requested from an external service based on criteria such as landfills created in the last month. The Jet module specializes in geospatial data, enabling third-party systems to request layers and maps prepared by Geometa specialists, while providing read-only access to the information. The Jet module allows interaction with all common GIS applications, such as QGIS, allowing access to layers that have been configured in Geometa system upon authorization.
For the information about all the capabilities of Geometa please read the “Solutions” section.