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October 18th, 2012
SuperGIS Software Enables Improved Business Analysis and Decision Management in Ajman

Nowadays, water recycling and reuse has been regarded as a crucial issue to each government on earth. Working under Ajman Sewerage Private Limited Company, Moalajah is the local supplier of Water Treatment Equipment and Service. In this procurement, the company intends to develop a server-based GIS platform with the SuperGIS software to ensure an optimal distribution of spatial data and GIS web services.    
Performing useful GIS functions, SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 helps Moalajah visualize, produce, and analyze accurate spatial data about the entire properties in the Ajman Emirate to improve its business decisions. Furthermore, through employing SuperGIS Server 3.1, the company can benefit from the highly scalable GIS platform to publish and share geodata services, improving productivity throughout the organization. 
Evolving GeoSystems is the outstanding provider of GIS consulting service in the Gulf Region. Having the knowledgeable and skilled team, the company is able to fulfill clients’ application demands with custom GIS solutions. In the future, SuperGeo will continually strengthen the close collaboration with the company to break into new markets and increase the overall share for two parties in the Mid-East Region.    
For more information about SuperGIS Desktop 3.1, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/products_DesktopGIS.aspx