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October 22nd, 2013
Supergeo Reaches Platinum Partnership Agreement with IISIS in Egypt

Headquartered in Cairo, Egypt, IISIS is a subsidiary of IIES (International Integrated Environmental Services Ltd.), Supergeo Platinum Partner in Kuwait. IISIS not only specializes in offering GIS consulting services but also implementing GIS projects for local government sectors, helping them improve work efficiency and make crucial public policies with informed data and analyses.

Taking the advantages of timely technical support, complete training sessions, as well as affordable price for great cost reduction on operations, SuperGIS mapping software allows users to effortlessly use, edit, and share various maps, imagery, and geospatial resources across organizations.

The collaboration with IISIS helps Supergeo establish more solid and worldwide distribution channels, as well as making SuperGIS software and services more attainable to clients. It is also believed that the strategic partnership could create win-win situations for the two parties to successfully expand businesses in Egypt, Northern Africa and the Middle East region.

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