GEO Jobe is pleased to welcome Kenny Tran as a Technician on their Profession Services Software Development team. Prior to GEO Jobe, Kenny was a Management Sales Assistant, this role gave him a unique understanding of customer satisfaction and networking. Kenny has a bachelor of science degree in Business and Marketing Management from the University […]
GEO Jobe is pleased to welcome Jose Arias as a Technician on their Profession Services Software Development team. Prior to GEO Jobe, Jose was an Aerial Imagery Analyst, this role gave him a unique understanding of the benefits and power of GIS. Jose has a certificate of professional Development in Python programming and ArcGIS from […]
Have you ever planned out and started a project, only to find out months down the line, a new technology is coming out that will make what you’re trying to do easier? Have you ever gotten a project through planning and implementation, only to find that users are interacting with it differently than you expected, […]
The Challenge UMass Lowell (UML) was looking for a campus viewer application that didn’t rely on Flash based software, as it would no longer be supported after 2019. The solution needed to support the large amount of data they wanted to share, offer some options for custom searching and module development, and be supported on […]
Like many people working in a technical field, when the question “what do you do” comes up, I typically end up doing a fair bit of explaining. Sometimes the person I’m speaking with wants to know what GIS is or what type of development I do. Other times, they have questions about GEO Jobe’s products, […]
2019 marks the twentieth year of operations for GEO Jobe. Twenty years is a long time in this business. Bob Dylan is famous for saying, “The Times They Are A-Changin’ “ and that statement may be truer now than it was when it was written in 1963. As GEO Jobe’s Chief Operating Officer, I want […]
Introduction: Datastory has discovered that visualizing data on maps and applying sophisticated GIS techniques to find hidden patterns in the data can assist the success of any organization. Using maps, they cure analytic blind spots to help businesses and communities discover their unique “Datastory”.