The GPC-GIS is a full service consulting firm and consortium of international collaborators focused on supporting our clients in the development and application of geographic and related information technologies to a wide variety of application areas. Most importantly, GPC-GIS leverages the GPC network of highly skilled professionals dedicated to harnessing the power of existing and emerging technologies on behalf of our clients, and in assisting them in effectively integrating these tools within their own planning efforts and day-to-day operations.
While we are best known for our technology focus, our most valuable resource is our people. We have assembled an international, complementary team of multi-disciplinary professionals who have the background to turn emerging technologies into practical tools for carrying out real life tasks within a wide range of topics. Our consultants and partners includes seasoned professionals with expertise in geographic information systems (GIS), urban and regional planning, location based services, traffic management, emergency response, security, resource management, geography, earth sciences, remote sensing, computer science, landscape architecture, environmental assessment, multi-media, graphic communications, and international development finance.
GPC-GIS consultants and partners create, configure and apply technology to meet the specific needs of each client. We stay abreast of the latest technological innovations, and we assemble and manage multi-disciplinary teams to solve our client’s problems. Our network of affiliated companies and specialized consultants gives us the ability to configure highly dynamic teams of professionals with the right skills needed to address any specific project’s requirements, regardless of company affiliation or geographic location.
Mark Sorensen, the founder and General Manager of GPC-GIS has been working in the Middle East since 1984, and he has managed projects in over 20 countries in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia.