People, Then Technology

At TWW, we have a history of using reliable, proven technology to provide clear, timely and accurate results for our clients. We have long been recognized as one of the first land brokerage firms in Texas to:

  • Provide advanced mapping products from dedicated GIS professionals. 
  • Develop corresponding reports in-house that allow our clients to customize their project data however they wanted.

In recent years, technological advances have accelerated, and we continue to upgrade, enhance or replace tech tools to meet or exceed our client’s needs. We are careful to balance our approach between the more traditional incumbents in our industry while keeping up with their tech-savvy cohorts. After all, giving our clients what they need - in the format they desire - so they can make sound business decisions is the greatest service we can provide.

As an iLandman Certified Partner, we’ve embraced technology that streamlines our processes and eliminates redundant tasks. At the same time, we realize that the greatest technology is only as good as the person who created the program and the person using it. We look at it this way: If Tiger Woods loaned you his clubs, would you suddenly become a scratch golfer? If you had access to Jeff Beck’s guitar, would you automatically be nominated for a Grammy? Not likely.

That’s why we view technology as a tool, not the end product. To be accurate and effective, that tool must be operated by knowledgeable people – or the beautifully formatted output may be simultaneously worthless and very costly.

Our focus at TWW is on locating, contracting and developing quality people first, and then enhancing their efforts with best-in-industry processes and technology. This approach has proven to reduce mishaps in our day to day work. We utilize a system of checks and balances which we have created and implemented over decades of field experience. We question everything, especially our own assumptions. We appreciate the benefit of having fresh human eyes on each and every aspect of our projects. Yes, we sometimes make mistakes, and when we do, we take full ownership and responsibility for them. Most importantly, we fix the issue. And then we take what we’ve learned to make adjustments so we don’t run the risk of repeating them. A mistake is a learning opportunity. A mistake that keeps happening is a problem.

At TWW, we believe that it first takes quality people and then cutting-edge technology to consistently deliver a well-rounded work product to our clients.

That’s why TWW embraces the motto of “Where People Make a Difference!”


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