A Land Information System (LIS) is a Geographic Information System for cadastral and land-use mapping typically consisting of an accurate, current and reliable land record cadaster and associated attributes. An LIS comprises spatial data that represent the legal boundaries of land tenure and provides a vital base layer for integration into other spatial information systems or as a standalone solution that permits users to retrieve, create, update, store, view, analyze and publish land information.
With a use of Land Information System you can manage an accurate inventory of real property, describe who owns the land, analyze land value and associated improvements, and maximize tax property revenue.
Land Information System (LIS), a management and analytics tool designed by Fervent Technologies, is used to efficiently manage all aspects of land control needed for management. At its core, LIS focuses on centralizing all land-related data (e.g., property boundaries, deeds, permit boundaries, permit documents, property values, and reserve values) into a cloud-spatial database where data can be easily queried and analyzed. Along with the spatial database, LIS also features a simple yet robust document management system that gives users the ability to manage and manipulate all data from an easy-to-use web application. The web application has an interactive mapping view to visualize data spatially.