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The Honolulu Board of Water Supply (HBWS) selected Woolpert LLP to complete the second phase of development for its Web-based geographic information system (GIS).
In 2002, Woolpert completed the first phase of work for HBWS's GIS intranet application by linking three critical systems: GIS, document management system and customer accounting system. The project's second phase will provide additional functionality-like redlining, while linking to the City of Honolulu and Honolulu County's permitting system.
This Web-based GIS will serve as a platform for integrating systems, improving customer service and interdepartmental access and increasing HBWS's ability to successfully complete daily tasks.