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November 12th, 2012
Cadcorp Announces Partnership with Marvel Geospatial Solutions for Indian GIS market

Mr. Raghavendra Goud Boyapally, Managing Director of Marvel Geospatial explained his company’s interest in Cadcorp and its Spatial Information System software suite. “Marvel Geospatial offers a full suite of geospatial services, ranging from terrestrial and aerial surveying, through to mapping, and GIS application development and integration. Our clients include federal and state agencies, oil and gas companies, telecommunications and electricity providers, and other private enterprises requiring geospatial services. This combination – a range of services, for a range of customers – means that we cannot rely on just one GIS technology. In fact we work with some 18 different GIS technologies.”

“We have found in Cadcorp SIS”, continued Mr. Boyapally, “a level of versatility and openness rarely found in many geospatial products. This quality will enable us to deploy the technology in a variety of situations, for both power users and everyday users alike. We also recognise the value of Cadcorp SIS’ ability to coexist with other GIS and CAD systems. This will be extremely beneficial given the multiplicity of GIS platforms and technologies that are in use both in our organization, and by the customers we serve.”

Mike O’Neil, CEO of Cadcorp said: “We are committed in Cadcorp to the continued development of a GIS platform and technology suite that supports the full range of geospatial processing from data capture and editing through to mapping, analysis, and the distribution of spatial data. It is encouraging to find a partner that shares the same commitment to end-to-end geospatial solutions but from a services perspective.”

Cadcorp
Cadcorp is a British software development company focused on geographic information system (GIS) and web mapping software. It offers a complete suite of products – the Cadcorp Spatial Information System® (Cadcorp SIS®) – addressing all phases of spatial information management.  Cadcorp SIS is available worldwide through a network of Cadcorp partners and through a direct sales team in the UK and Ireland.

For more information about Cadcorp and Marvel Geospatial visit www.cadcorp.com and www.marvelgeospatial.com