BIS Consulting was chosen by Duval County Appraisal District to provide online property search information. You can view their new property search by visiting http://esearch.duvalcad.org – with our Interactive GIS Map and Google Map integration it makes find property information a breeze.
Hays Central Appraisal District located in Kyle, TX chose BIS as their web hosting and web design company. Check out their new website at www.hayscad.com
Comanche County Appraisal District recently selected BIS Consulting to provide GIS maintenance services
Comanche County Appraisal District recently selected BIS Consulting to provide GIS maintenance services for the District. BIS Consulting will also be creating a custom interactive map to publish Comanche CAD’s maps online. Their interactive map will be available to iPhone & Android users and can also be viewed on tablet computers. The Comanche County Appraisal District is located in Comanche, TX.
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BIS was chosen over the competition to provide web hosting services for the Uvalde County Appraisal District. The district also elected to go with BIS’s competitive hardware lease program on their office computers. This provides the office a peace of mind that the computers are completely covered including onsite and remote software and hardware support.
Fayette County Appraisal District’s board of directors elected BIS as their GIS Solution provider along with web hosting services including online appeals and property search.
Colorado CAD picked BIS to manage their web services. Colorado County Appraisal District will be using your web hosting, property search and online appeals web application.
BIS Consulting has been contracted by Parmer County Appraisal District located in Bovina, Texas to provide the county with offsite and disaster recovery solutions, on-site and remote IT support, web hosting, property search, online appeals and GIS maintenance.
BIS Consulting recently celebrated its five-year anniversary in Farmers Branch, TX. Since 2007, BIS Consulting has quickly grown to over 175 clients and 20 employees. This tremendous growth is attributed to the great clients we have and our dedication to providing the best customer service possible.
The summer of 2012 brought exciting changes to BIS, including the launch of our eSearch , eProtest, and GIS Interactive Maps. These applications are an integral part of the overall solution that BIS provides. Click here to learn more about our web and mobile applications.
“We are excited to mark our 5-year anniversary in business,” said Brandon Kay. “We strive to exceed our client’s expectations by delivering the best customer service and superior technology.”
“Five years of successful growth hinges on hiring the right people and always putting the customer first,” said Britt Martin. “We believe the relationship with our clients is what sets us apart and offering the best solutions only strengthens those relationships.
About BIS Consulting:
BIS Consulting delivers enterprise-level IT & GIS Services to government agencies and organizations throughout Texas. Since 2007, we have quickly grown to over 20 employees and established ourselves as the leader in IT & GIS solutions in Texas.
As our company expands, we add more and more products to help you grow and protect your business, while still maintaining the personal touch that has been so important to our success. We believe that providing our clients with an unmatched level of customer service is the best way to develop successful, ongoing business relationships. At BIS Consulting, we’re committed to your success, because in the end, it’s our success too.
After receiving numerous comments concerning the proposed rule, a determination was made to postpone consideration of Property Tax Administration Rule §9.3044, Appointment of Agent for Property Taxes. A withdrawal notice for the proposed amendment was filed on Nov. 15 and published in the Nov. 30 issue of the Texas Register. The proposed revisions to Form 50-162, Appointment of Agent for Property Tax Matters, are also withdrawn. The original proposal was published in the Register on Oct. 12. You may review rule proposals and adoptions, including preambles, on the Texas Secretary of State’s website.