Stacey Adams

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Stacey Adams

About Stacey Adams

Stacey Adams, NISC's Manager of Engineering and Operations, has been focused on engineering, project management, operational performance, and World Class customer service for more than 10 years. She earned her Master of Business Administration (MBA) in 2007 and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) since 2010. Stacey is responsible for managing the engineering and operations day-to-day processes for more than 50 NISC employees.

Kick Up Your E&O Knowledge

We are off to another great year for our E&O Workshops and I’m excited we are heading to South Carolina first! Our first one is just around the corner at Coastal Electric in Walterboro, South Carolina. Kick up your E&O knowledge a notch, go to Pathways in your NISC Community and register for the “E&O Workshop – FEB 2016 – South Carolina” session.

By | January 26th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Kick Up Your E&O Knowledge

It’s Time to have a “Talk” with your GIS

How long have you allowed your GIS to just skate by doing what you asked for and not really pushing the limits and meeting its true potential?  This time of year many of us are having those same conversations with our kids as we get ready for another year of school.  Some of those conversations are ones around reaching for the stars or focusing on your strengths.  Your GIS data is no different.  Now is the time to really evaluate the potential your GIS has once it realizes it has no limits. Here are a few tips to help prepare you for your “Talk…” Take a deep look at your data and really think about what information you have at your fingertips.  Is it functional for your crews in the field to take with them and optimize the way they work? Put on your creative thinking cap and think about the possibilities—do you explore putting information like voltage data into the map?  Are there other pieces of information that visualizing the location would assist in solving work challenges you face each day? Remember, think about what is your true business problem you are trying to solve and can your GIS data have the potential to get you there? But be cautious and to not overcomplicate your data.  Have a solid base map without additional layers that clutter the map and slow the performance. Most importantly, ensure your data is accurate and if not take measures to get it there. Just remember that just like in parenting you are not alone.  NISC is here to help support you in your “talk.” For more information on assisting your GIS in meeting its potential contact our NISC GIS [...]

By | July 20th, 2015|Blog|Comments Off on It’s Time to have a “Talk” with your GIS