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February 28th, 2013
Supergeo Presents Moalajah with SuperGIS Application Excellence Award 2012

Working under Ajman Sewerage Private Limited Company, Moalajah focuses on offering water treatment equipment and services. In this Project, SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 helps the company visualize, produce, and analyze spatial data about the properties and assets in the Ajman Emirate to improve its business decisions.

With the aim of reducing environmental and resource impacts and leveraging the value of water and wastewater resources, Evolving GeoSystems, one of the Supergeo’s outstanding reseller in the Gulf Region, also recommended Moalajah to utilize SuperGIS Server 3.1 for publishing and sharing geodata services to improve productivity across the organization.

Supergeo will attend Middle East Geospatial Forum 2013 in March, Qatar to showcase the GIS innovations and facilitate closer communication with the local GIS users. During the event, Super Wang, the CEO & Chairman of Supergeo will also recognize the client personally who demonstrated its practical and creative solution by representing SuperGIS Application Excellence Award of 2012.

More information of Middle East Geospatial Forum, please visit http://www.megf.org/2013/index.htm