"iMapData has made our story much more compelling with elected officials by adding the unique dimension of local businesses and local jobs that directly benefit from outdoor advertising. iMapData created a secure solution that combines their expertise in business data and political districts with our proprietary data to showcase outdoor advertising’s role in the local economy."
- Nancy Fletcher, President & CEO
Outdoor Advertising Association of America, Inc.
"Through an integrated service that iMapData and their solutions partner, FacilityOne, created, we have the ability to drill down, ‘from the satellite to the thermostat,’ to model potential impacts and risk assessment, and to use security and building automation systems to capture real-time information about the status of remote facilities and surrounding areas. This intuitive and easily used solution enables our organization to be proactive, instead of reactive as we respond to disastrous circumstances."
- Stephan French, Vice President, Facilities Development & Engineering Services
Jewish Hospital and St. Mary’s HealthCare
"I find iMapData to be an invaluable and user friendly program that delivers tailorable data sets and relevant graphic overlays. Through extensive use, I have found that the data sets are up-to-date and easily exported. The learning curve is short and filters allow a user to focus overlays to his or her specific needs. This "two-clicks deep" access saves time and manpower. Overall, I give iMapData an "A" for their mapping tools, data quality, and customer service."
- Government User
"iMapData's reports have strengthened Americans for the Arts’ impact on Capitol Hill and in State Houses across the country. Our ability to provide legislators with a map of their district and the corresponding data is a potent advocacy tool. We often hear from key decision-makers that, ‘These are the best handouts I’ve ever seen."
- Randy Cohen
Americans for the Arts
"During Winter Blast, participants and observers viewed controlled access details on a commercially available mapping program that gave local, regional, and national emergency operation centers near real-time geospatial situational awareness of on-scene personnel during a simulated all-hazards event. It also provided location visibility of critical government personnel who were tasked to relocate to alternative sites. Additionally, this mapping program displayed the non-Personal Identity Verification (PIV) identities and attributes of all participating emergency response officials (EROs) nation-wide, which was a first in the country."
- Chris Geldart, Director
Office of National Capital Region Coordination, FEMA