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CGI Map™ is an easy-to-use tool that brings geographic, land, well and other information to your desktop. The system combines sophisticated mapping, retrieval, browse and spatial data analysis tools with the intuitiveness and user friendliness of a geographic information system (GIS). Via Esri’s ArcGIS for Desktop Basic, CGI Map gives you the power to visualize, explore, query and analyze lease information currently held in your lease records system. The result is an effective graphics application leveraging data in your CGI Exploration to Revenue (XR2) or CGI PetroComp™ Land applications.

With CGI Map, you can view up-to-date lease data in a graphical format right from your desktop. It also enables you to reduce the time and cost required to create lease plats and, overall, helps you to make better land management and operational decisions.

CGI Map features

CGI Map offers comprehensive features to help you better manage and leverage lease information, including the following:

  • Generates maps of your assets in any size required for your specific hard copy device through a powerful plotting interface
  • Creates leases from legal descriptions in the CGI Exploration to Revenue (X2R) or CGI PetroComp Land applications with an administration tool that regularly synchronizes the legal descriptions of the leases, minerals and contracts with the map database to provide up-to-date information
  • Exports map data from ArcView for transfer into other products or tools to provide a complete mapping solution
  • Generates reports from a selected set of map features
  • Performs advanced spatial queries to answer “What if” scenarios
  • Accesses both external data and internal corporate data through the use of custom business themes
  • Groups assets together geographically through user-defined business units
  • Creates custom lease labels containing valuable information from your land system
  • Uses advanced editing functionality, including metes and bounds, feature replication and quartering, to further refine lease polygons

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