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January 30th, 2014
SuperGIS Solutions Supports Resource Africa for Sustainable Use of Natural Resources

The quantity of natural resources is an important driver of economic growth; therefore proper use and preservation of natural resources becomes increasingly significant to governments around the world. GIS technologies enable the personnel of Resource Africa to better monitor and manage land-based natural resources, helping them make decisions more efficiently and precisely.  

The newly launched SuperGIS Desktop 3.2 allows Resource Africa to visualize, process, and integrate geospatial data for comprehensive natural resource management. Also, SuperGIS Spatial Analyst 3 was used to carry out advanced spatial analyses for deriving new information from the existing data.

In addition, SuperGIS Server 3.1a, the server-based GIS software, makes GIS data and services and maps more sharable and easy to maintenance, allowing the organization to facilitate effective decision-making and formulate feasible plans for natural resource sustainability.

Reasonable pricing and comprehensive GIS functions are key elements for clients in emerging markets when making a purchase. Supergeo is looking for business partners in order to meet the growing demands on geospatial data and mapping applications in South Africa, expecting to bring the best GIS alternative to help local users overcome their geospatial issues using SuperGIS software.   
          
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