Property File Management System

Historically management of property files in the resource sector has run the gauntlet from a simple spreadsheet or word document with an index list of files to the more elaborate library systems that try to capture all information that is included in filing cabinets or storage shelves.  All too often, the spatial component of the property locations is missing as historic software offerings were missing the ability to display spatial data.  Current software technologies and hardware advancements now allow companies to access information and view both the textual, graphical and spatial information stored with the data in real time.  

Properly managing property files is non-trivial.  GaMe organizes your existing property files into a secure, best practice database management system accessible from any location and on multiple devices!  The approach is modular in nature, allowing the client to select the components that best suit their specific needs. GaMe can integrate a spatial component to your existing property files, or offer a secure, scaleable, cloud based system that organizes your files into a searchable structure to deliver information to your browser.  We are currently engaged with multiple clients, adapting our technology to meet their needs on an individual basis.

Just because the data is historical, doesn't mean the management methods should be.


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The Property File Management System provides:

  • accessibility - too often currently in various offices and not available when needed
  • avoidance of the disappearing files - files are forgotten and work is re-done too often
  • security - files currently are stored in unsecured areas where tampering is possible
  • alternatives to spreadsheets - spreadsheets are great, but can create nightmares with ensuring data integrity as users duplicate columns in multiple locations and fail to lock them down