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TerraSystems Southwest, Inc. (TSSW)
Formed in 1998, the mission of TSSW is to assist organizations, both public and private sector, efficiently acquire and successfully apply GIS technology to enhance planning and decision-making processes. GIS is all we do. Our team of professionals has a wide range of experience, with over 50 years of combined GIS technical and managerial experience between the company’s Principals, Howard Ward and Cheryl Thurman.
Since 1998, TSSW has successfully completed hundreds of GIS projects, ranging from strategic and implementation planning, through data conversion and project management, to the development of award-winning growth and economic development applications. TSSW is nationally recognized for our innovative use of technology, analytical methodologies and sharp attention to detail resulting in exceptional products and accomplished goals for our clients. TSSW offers a full spectrum of GIS-related services:
complex projects involving multiple organizations or data sources provide unique opportunities and challenges. TSSW has over two decades of successfully managing large scale GIS projects ranging from complex data conversion to application design, and everything in between.
Many of our clients have daily mapping needs. We become an extension of their staff, responding to mapping requests as defined by the client’s desired timeline, which is often immediately (2-4 hours) or in some cases, 24 hours. TSSW has a proven track record of responsiveness and dependability.
TSSW strives to provide our clients with the customized solutions they need to optimize GIS technology for their specific business need. Our team of Development Partners includes GISTIC Research, a leader in the field of GIS Application Development.
Data quality is the cornerstone of GIS. Over the past 22 years, TSSW has conducted countless data creation/conversion projects ranging from those that are complete in a couple of hours to ones spanning multiple years and multiple participants.