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358 DEVELOPING WEBGIS FOR BUILDINGS IN NAGARI KOTO GADANG, AGAM REGENCY, WEST SUMATRA PROVINCE Ridho Darman 1a) , Surya Afnarius 2) 1,2 Department of Information System, Universitas Andalas, Indonesia Email: a) surya@it.unand.ac.id Abstract Some ASEAN countries, such as Malaysia and Thailand, have taken the initiative to use information technology (IT) to develop villages to realize Smart Village. Likewise, in Indonesia, one village in the province of West Sumatra, Indonesia, namely Nagari Koto Gadang, has begun to use IT in developing its