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November 22nd, 2011
eSpatial Seeks Strategic Partners for GIS Market

 
“We’ve been overwhelmed by the level of interest in eSpatial OnDemand GIS – both from GIS experts, and newcomers to business data mapping,” says eSpatial’s Chief Sales & Marketing Officer Colm Mulcahy.
 
“In order to make our software more available to the GIS market, we’ve chosen to engage in strategic partnerships with selected GIS consultancies.”
 
As one of a very few full-function, SaaS-based GIS products available, eSpatial OnDemand GIS has garnered significant interest from GIS experts seeking a cost-effective GIS software solution.
 
By providing full, enterprise-grade functionality via SaaS, eSpatial OnDemand GIS enables experts to accomplish the same complex GIS tasks they would have using traditional GIS software – but in a flexible, cost-effective manner.
 
By leveraging the SaaS delivery model, eSpatial OnDemand GIS has also become a popular solution for short-term and project-based work, and for smaller GIS consulting firms who require enterprise functionality on a smaller budget.
 
“By partnering with GIS consultants, we hope to bring full-function, SaaS-based GIS software to more organisations where GIS is a specialised discipline,” says Mulcahy.
 
With a host of benefits and expert advice and support on offer, the company is confident that its programme will provide partners with a unique business opportunity.
 
“In a few years, SaaS-based GIS software will be commonplace. Engaging with us today provides our partners with a substantial head-start over their competition,” says Mulcahy.
 
“We look forward to working with forward-thinking consultants who are ready to embrace the future – and this unique business opportunity.”
 
Interested in learning more about partnering with eSpatial?
Enquire about a partnership today at: https://www.espatial.com/partners/enquire