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July 16th, 2013
Supergeo Renews Partnership Agreement with Information & Science Techno System Co. in Japan

Founded in 1982, Information & Science Techno-System Co., Ltd. (ISTS) consists of Information System Techno-Center and Space Science Techno-Center which provides clients with image processing, remote sensing service, custom GIS solutions, and the consulting services to satisfy their different application requirements.  

SuperGIS software offers a wide range of products and services from Mobile GIS, Desktop GIS, Web GIS, Server GIS to Developer GIS. The flexible development structure allows ISTS to create custom and application-driven approaches for geospatial visualization, data fusion and distribution, geoanalytics, and clever data use.

After reaching the new business agreement this month, the two parties start devising a scheme to further promote SuperGIS software to local government sectors, higher educational institutes, and large enterprises through various marketing campaigns. Supergeo and ISTS will constantly offer technical support to encourage the use of GIS technologies, helping clients explore spatial issues which affect their life or business operations in Japan.

More information about SuperGIS software, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/products_all_product_list.aspx