Microsoft Has Produced A Video Showcasing Gruntify’s Use In QLD Government


Gruntify, the software by GIS people that helps businesses capture and manage field-collected data, whether they be surveys, inspections, audits, or staff or members of the public submitting maintenance requests.

Microsoft has produced a video that showcases Gruntify and its use in Queensland Government to streamline the state’s disaster response efforts.

Check out the video here:

About the project – Gruntify

With natural disasters becoming more prevalent, organizations across the world are looking for solutions that can help reduce the impacts to communities. Enter Gruntify – GIS People’s flagship software solution for collecting, mapping and managing large numbers of field reports.

Queensland Government saw huge potential for Gruntify to be used in their rapid damage assessment following disasters, and the platform was set up to meet just that purpose for them. When Tropical Cyclone Debbie swept down the Queensland coast in March this year, the Gruntify technology was really put to the test. Critical infrastructure such as roads, bridges and power lines were damaged up and down the state. To assist with quick recovery, the Gruntify mobile apps and web platform were used to collect evidence of this damage, document it, and prepare reports, so that recovery and reconstruction activities can be expedited. The recovery operation is still ongoing and Gruntify is an integral part of managing that process.

About the video

Gruntify is built on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. Through GIS People’s partnership with Microsoft under the CityNext program, the technology giant heard about the exciting work that the Brisbane-based company has been collaborating on with Queensland Government. Microsoft loved the project so much, they decided to film a case study. This led to a film crew flying out from the USA to Brisbane, where they conducted interviews with Queensland Deputy Premier Jackie Trad, the Deputy Director General of the Department of Transport Queensland Miles Vass, and GIS People’s CEO Jamie Leach, who spoke about Gruntify and the work that has been done in Queensland.

The Microsoft production crew also filmed the GIS People and Queensland Government teams in action, using Gruntify in the field and in the office.

This filming opportunity has given GIS People the chance to show the world what Gruntify is all about, and how this platform can be used to make lives better.

For more information, press only:

Deborah Hide, Communications Manager

GIS People

0406 554 282

[email protected]

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