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August 12th, 2011
Agrisoft and OpenGeo Partner to Support Indonesian Geospatial Software Users

OpenGeo is well known for its contributions and leadership in the development and evolution of powerful open source geospatial technologies. The OpenGeo Suite offers a fully integrated open source geospatial platform for serving maps and data through web applications, mobile devices, and desktop clients. The OpenGeo Suite Enterprise Edition is comprised of the tested, integrated and supported geospatial components GeoServer,OpenLayers, GeoWebCahce,PostGIS, and GeoExt.

Agrisoft will assume first line support for OpenGeo Suite users in Indonesia. Upon the announcement, Iwan Setiawan, Director of Agrisoft said “This collaboration is great news for Indonesians facing geospatial challenges. Adding the OpenGeo suite to our line of solutions allows us to offer a full suite of software solutions to the marketplace.”

Chris Holmes, OpenGeo president, added: “We are glad to be adding Agrisoft to our set of global resellers. By partnering, we’re able to add local expertise and support for OpenGeo Suite users in Indonesia. We’re especially pleased that this relationship increases access to supported, open source geospatial software in Indonesia.” www.opengeo.org