If you are coming to the BIS Technology Conference in December then this app is for you! Not only will you stay up to date with all the latest conference info but you’ll be able to set your schedule, view a list of attendees, read more about presenters and so much more. This app will be an invaluable tool once you’re at the conference. You won’t have schedule printouts to lose keep up with. You’ll just need the device you’d typically carry with you already. There is no downloading required and works on ALL devices.
Go to schedule.bisconsultants.com on your phone, tablet, or pc to view the conference info and see who else is attending. Once you have finished the registration and payment process you will be sent a login so you can customize your schedule.
The state comptroller sent a reminder out today concerning EARS and EPTS submissions. In case you missed the email click HERE
To sum up the email, August 1st is the deadline for all Electronic Property Transaction Submissions (EPTS). Districts that have fewer than 200,000 taxable parcels but more than 10,000 must submit the Electronic Appraisal Roll Submission (EARS) by August 1st while all others have a deadline of September 1st.
On July 1st BIS Consulting was proud to unveil Lee Central Appraisal District’s website. The CAD and the taxpayers now have an amazing tool to use to easily stay connected and informed. In addition to having access to current forms, updated calendars and the latest tax information BIS products like Online Protest, Online Property Search and Online Maps will all become invaluable tools for both the CAD and the taxpayer.
After the recent Texas flooding and devastation BIS Consulting was contacted by area disaster personnel; Aaron Kreag and the GIS team collaborated on GIS solutions to help coordinate and facilitate search and rescue efforts. BIS voluntarily provided unlimited access to data and ESRI map services for consumption in applications and maps used during the recovery operation. Recognizing a gap and need in our state, BIS is planning an expansion of our involvement in domestic humanitarian and public safety initiatives.
GIS Maintenance customers are now able to obtain County Map Books from the GIS/Mapping team at BIS. Emails with links and instructions were recently sent. If you did not get one, have any questions or would like to make some suggestions please send us an email at GISsupport@bisconsultants.com If you have a custom map request we can help with those too, please get in touch!
Join us at the Embassy Suites Conference Center in Frisco, Texas for our first annual technology conference! Conference highlights include: LIVE Entertainment, Open Bar, Reception Dinner, Hot & Fresh Breakfasts, Caricature Artist and more!
Attracting attendees from local government entities, the 2015 BIS Technology Conference will also provide an informative and educational curriculum on information technology, geographic information systems and website services.
The GIS team will be at the SCAUG (South Central Arc User Group) conference this week which is taking place in Addison. Our GIS director was asked to speak about the major ESRI upgrade and migration that took place last year. SCAUG is an organization that helps users of ESRI’s GIS software in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Mississippi. BIS is proud to be a part of this conference!
With the price of US crude below $50/barrel E&P companies are looking for ways to cut costs, improve efficiency and boost production. Our GIS team has over 7 years’ experience building and maintaining oil and gas geographic information systems, mineral and surface parcels data, ownership and deed research, units, well data, competitor data, presentations and conducting data analysis as part of the merger and acquisition process. If you are an exploration & production company, minerals acquisition, holding company or operator and you would like to maintain your GIS/mapping data without the burden of an entire onsite team, take a look at our annual GIS subscription plans. We can maintain your data and maps for less than the cost of one full time employee!