Our dedicated team of GIS specialists help to make our data what it is, and are the reason it is relied on by so many NZ organisations including the Emergency Services.
For more than 30 years, CoreLogic has been collecting, curating and enhancing New Zealand’s property and geospatial data. Key decision-makers in sectors ranging from utilities and telecommunications to banking, insurance and emergency services depend on the insights our data provides.
CoreLogic’s geospatial data helps to support and deliver vital services to New Zealanders in a variety of ways, including:
- getting aid to emergency locations quickly
- correctly locating infrastructure so that problems can be addressed swiftly
- assessing property risks for insurance purposes
A dedicated team of experts
CoreLogic’s geospatial clients in New Zealand are served by a dedicated team of 17 local specialists with deep industry knowledge and a wealth of experience. Our current average tenure across the Geospatial Development and Operations team is 13+ years. As well as ensuring that our data is of the highest quality, the team’s varied remit includes data acquisition and maintenance, application development and support.
The team is also responsible for system and architecture administration and product management. Every week the team makes around 4,000 data updates for roads, properties and greenfield sites, as well as verifying and adding roughly 1,000 new addresses.
CoreLogic’s geospatial experts are continually improving our data and services to meet New Zealand’s evolving needs. We work directly with government and industry to better understand how we can optimise networks, enhance our customer support and improve our data and solutions.
The personalities in the team
And as you can see from the selection of stories below, it's also a passionate and multi-talented team of individuals!
- Morgan Fitzgerald, GIS Professional, Data Operations - when the Wellington team moved offices in September Morgan put her experience working overseas in waste management and redistribution to good use, organising for the surplus office furniture and supplies to be donated to 12 local schools and community organisations.
- Bryan Teahan, Senior Geospatial Developer - working with maps isn't just Bryan's job; it's also his hobby. He has organised and mapped orienteering events all over the world and recently completed orienteering mapping in Nelson for 4 different maps including DOC conservation area Wakapuaka, with Bryan saying it was a "privilege" to be able to walk around the wetland area and watch the birds.
- Rory Taylor, Professional, Data Operations - Rory is a competitive gamer, playing both table top and video games. Amongst numerous other achievements, he is a two time national runner up for the Pokemon TCG.