Providing the most intuitive GIS platform on the market for water, oil and gas, utilities and engineering industries.

Map-based water rights search and analysis platform

Water Sage is the fastest growing, online natural resources management software and data services company in the U.S. Water Sage turns data into information allowing customers to make pivotal decisions within the project life-cycle, resulting in significant cost savings and superior project outcomes. Water Sage’s proprietary data collection platform automatically aggregates nearly 500 geospatial datasets, delivering the most comprehensive information available to the water, oil and gas, utility and engineering industries. From project bidding and planning, through execution, Water Sage provides the most intuitive GIS platform on the market.

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Bringing efficiency and insight to the COMPLEX WORLD of water rights, land parcel data and public records

Quote Using Water Sage in an early stage client meeting, we quickly identified the client’s important issues and located critical data that facilitated a negotiated settlement in our client’s favor. Quote

– Sheela Stack, Shareholder

Quote The fact that we can export maps and information so easily allows us to respond quickly and with accurate and valuable information which they can make decisions from. Quote

– Mike Swan, Owner

Quote Water Sage gives me a unique ability to make sure that Bozeman’s adequacy requirements are met when looking at subdivision and new developments. Quote

– Brian Heaston, Project Engineer


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