Team Spatial

Snellville, GA, United States


Team Spatial leverages location intelligence to enhance the lives of people and wildlife while preserving the natural landscape. This is accomplished by reducing the time it takes to do work, making work safer, and minimizing natural impacts. Team Spatial takes the complexity out of your spatial experience. We believe in presenting location-based information in bite-size pieces so users can consume, enhance and grow from the experience. We believe in small projects and multiple iterations. We believe in quality over quantity. You can do it. We can help.



Team Spatial is a full service geospatial solutions provider. GIS Consulting Roadmap Development: Team Spatial typically conducts workshops with stakeholders to describe the current state of the company GIS and evaluate what others in the industry are doing. Then stakeholders contribute to a high level requirements analysis for future enhancements and additional tools and data that would benefit the company. Finally Team Spatial develops a high level budget and schedule for integrating requested solutions in coordination with software vendors release schedules and internal projects.   Needs Assessments: Team Spatial meets with stakeholders to understand their needs for GIS and prepares a comprehensive needs assessment document.   Requirements Gathering, Documentation and analysis: High level needs are broken down into functional and non-functional requirements. Team Spatial consultants direct requirements gathering workshops to develop use cases or user stories. These stories form the basis of the system design.   System Design: The system design includes interface mock-ups, technical architecture, database design, and digital map design.    Custom Development: COTS software is not always available to meet all requirements. In this case Team Spatial consultants develop custom

Services Provided:

Application Development, Business Case Development, Data Model & Database Design, GIS Strategy and Planning, Implementation, Needs and Requirements, System Architecture and Design, System Integration