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April 17th, 2013
SuperGIS Application Excellence Award 2013 Kicks Off

The purpose of this contest is to encourage and reward such remarkable efforts in each respective domain. The annual award, SuperGIS Application Excellence Award of Year 2013, is given to the company who demonstrates practical and innovative solutions/services with SuperGIS software from Web, mobile to desktop applications.

Moalajah, a supplier of water treatment equipment and services in Ajman, was rewarded for its outstanding implementation of “Moalajah e-Map Application” in 2012 that was co-developed by Evolving GeoSystems, one of the Supergeo’s outstanding reseller in the Gulf Region.

The winning project used SuperGIS Server 3.1 to distribute geodata services for improved productivity and decision-making. Also, SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 enabled the company to visualize, manage, and analyze spatial data of local properties and network assets to manage wastewater and conserver scarce water resources.

The submitted application showcases shall use SuperGIS software and be nominated by Supergeo authorized resellers. The implementations will be judged on how excellent the GIS project benefits the clients and respective industries. The contest starts from April 2013 and ends on August 31, 2013. The winner will be invited and awarded on a global GIS exhibition in 2014.

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