Integrations & Automations to Improve Government

Integrate data from disparate departmental systems into a central datastore. Analyze data, combine it, and sync it back to software systems used for operations, improving operations for local, state, and federal agencies.

An illustration of Aquifer's bi-directional data flow for Government projects. Data flowing out of data sources into a database and then flowing  out of the database back into those data sources.

Automate and Streamline

Take advantage of Aquifer's ability to sync data bi-directionally between your tools. This means you can make a change in one source, and have it automatically update one or more other sources.

Analyze & Report

Consolidate data into one location from modern cloud software, custom applications, legacy systems, and GIS. Power analysis and reporting for projects and operations.
Create operational dashboards for government services.
GIS support - Geometry and geography data types are supported.
Track civic and infrastructure construction projects
BI tools (Excel, ArcGIS, Tableau, and Power BI) connected to a database of data controlled by Aquifer.
A cartoon illustration on how GIS works

Advanced GIS Support

Bulk Geocoding - Translate address data to latitude and longitude points and spatially join data across systems.
Custom Geocoding - Incorporate your own address list and data into the geocoder.
Standard GIS Models - Standard models that incorporate geometry data types. Create a standard address, parcel, and road centerline database. Share data within the organization and to other organizations.
Automatic GIS API - Serve vector layers and vector tiles using open GIS APIs supported by most GIS software. Use GIS and non-GIS data in modern applications. Expose standard addresses and other data to enable lookups and reduce double data entry.

Use Cases for Government

Combine data from multiple systems into one unified project view.
Construction and Infrastructure
Integrate data from infrastructure and government construction projects. Analyze and track project progress. Use Aquifer data sharing to collect data securely directly from contractors and construction companies.
Standard Models
Use Aquifer standard models for permit, license, property data, and more. Standard models help you consolidate data from multiple sources and exchange data between departments and other organizations faster and more efficiently.
Open Data
Use Aquifer to extract data from government systems and release open data. Use Aquifer Standard Models or your own. Publishing data to Open Data portals like Socrata or CKAN, or using the Aquifer Data API to offer citizens and businesses access directly.
Integrate Data Across Systems
Reduce the amount of data double entry across systems and improve government services. Aquifer is built to handle the complexity of government organizations with a diverse IT portfolio. Integrate data from modern cloud applications, custom applications, on-prem databases, and legacy systems.
Internet of Things (IoT)
Integrate with IoT device platforms and streams, enabling smart city initiatives and capturing a better understanding of the physical world and built environment. Analyze IoT data and send results to operational software systems powering streets, infrastructure, safety, energy, and more.
Exchange Data
Use Aquifer standard data models or custom ones to share data with other organizations, such as other local/state governments, federal agencies, non-profits, and private companies. Data exchange between organizations means less data entry, more communication, and more automated operations.

The Aquifer Difference

Combining all your source data into one cloud data warehouse provides a single source of truth for your data, reducing the risk of inconsistencies and errors that can arise when using multiple data sources.
Aquifer is the only tool on the market that lets data flow in and out across all of your applications.
Data Quality
By identifying and correcting data errors and inconsistencies, a data warehouse can improve the accuracy and reliability of the data being synced with other tools.

Transform the way you work

Data should flow seamlessly across your business. It's time we make data more accessible for the people who need it most.
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