Exprodat’s data directory for new ArcGIS Desktop 10 users

By on 5 July, 2011
 
Exprodat’s Team-GIS Directory was released today for the ArcGIS 10 platform, enhancing usability for ArcGIS Desktop users by offering features such as powerful search tools, previews of data and MXDs from within ArcMap, and the ability to move data from otherArcMap projects without having to open them first.
 
Team-GIS Directory can make ArcMap much easier for novice users to operate, increasing the rate of user adoption during ArcGIS Desktop implementation projects.
 
Team-GIS Directory is an ArcMap extension combining an easy-to-use data catalogue with powerful search, preview and metadata visualisation tools. It is designed to allow spatial data administrators to provide their desktop GIS users with structured access to enterprise GIS data, and to ensure that users can quickly locate data of interest to them and easily add it to their ArcMap project.
 
Exprodat’s Technical Director, Chris Jepps, says, “One of the strengths of Team-GIS Directory is that it allows GIS administrators to impose order on the often chaotic morass of GIS data common in many organisations, such as rasters, vector-based datasets and layer files. This means that users don’t need to know where the data they are using is physically located, which can make the whole GIS experience much less scary, especially for new users. We find that this can lead to significantly increased take-up when rolling out desktop GIS technology.”
 
For more information visit www.exprodat.com/software/TGD

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