Welcome to geographic intelligence!

 

GiSmartware is a software development firm specialising in Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

Our clients include manufacturers, local authorities, maintenance firms, management agencies, network operators and others. For them, we develop innovative mapping software, geared to their various business lines – helping them to display, get to know, maintain and operate these networks and their related infrastructures.

Present for more than 25 years now alongside industries and authorities, we’ve built up extensive expertise in our clients’ various business lines, in particular in the fields of telecoms, energy, water and management of what is now known as the Smart City.

Our added value We help our clients simplify and modernise processes for getting to know and operating their technical networks and urban assets. We work alongside councils and local authorities to develop new operating solutions, facilitating smart management of their assets.

The future is bound up with innovation and simplification, and so our company invests almost 20% of its revenues in Research and Development every year.

All about GiSmartware

First and foremost, GiSmartware represents 25 years’ worth of experience, putting us one step ahead in ‘smart’ mapping and operation of networks and urban assets.

OUR STORY

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2015

pierre-castillo

After seven years of experience as head of operations in the water and wastewater department, and three years in a technical department working as an expert in network operation optimisation, Pierre Castillo joined GiSmartware to develop the wet networks unit and the products sold by the company.

2015

dictgeo

GiSmartware developed DITGEO, dividing by four the time required to process Declarations of Works/Intent to Commence Works. This has enabled our clients to work four times as fast, with processing times falling from a quarter of an hour to less than four minutes!

2014

2013_methode-Agile

GiSmartware adopted the Agile Scrum method, enabling it to develop its software on the basis of client feedback and expectations.

2014

lucie-deslot

Having worked as Pre-Sales Engineer for Dassault Systèmes for six years, Lucie Deslot took over management of the Smart City Unit.

2014

carl-denis

After several years working closely with clients as a Telecoms Business Engineer, Carl Denis took over the Telecoms Unit.

2013

lionel-rius

Backed by a close familiarity with client needs based on several years’ experience within the firm, Lionel Rius became Director of Operations and Sales.

2013

philippe-hervouet

Having worked in the company for several years, and with in-depth knowledge of client needs, Philippe Hervouet took over management of the Clients Department.

2012

To facilitate the work of the people on the ground, GiSmartware implemented a mobile application, making it possible to work in both online and off-line modes.

2012

smartgeo

GiSmartware developed its offering with SMARTGEO, displaying all types of geo-referenced assets on a single platform.

2012

2012_Generaledinfographie devient Gismartware

Christophe Palfi and Tanneguy de Bourmont bought out Générale d’Infographie, and GiSmartware was on its way.

2010

netgeo2

As technical networks and the related infrastructures evolved, NETGEO boosted its performance too, giving birth to NETGEO2.

2010

tanneguy-de-bourmont

After working as a consultant to SMEs and as sales director in multinationals including Schindler, Tanneguy de Bourmont joined Générale d’Infographie.

2009

christophe-palfi

Former director of development and infrastructures for SFR Christophe Palfi also joined Générale d’Infographie.

2006

fabrice-simonin

Having been involved in designing and developing Web applications for over 10 years, Fabrice Simonin came on board to head up R&D.

2000

2000_LOGO GI NETGEO

NETGEO emerged to work alongside network managers, operators, manufacturers and local authorities during rollout, operation and maintenance of their networks.

1991

1991_generale infographie

VEOLIA and VINCI set up Générale d’Infographie to digitise and manage their networks within a Geographic Information System (GIS)