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March 26th, 2014
Esri (Thailand) Plans to Focus More on the Private Sector

ESRI (Thailand) will focus on the commercial market this year, especially fast-growing consumer goods, to boost Geographic Information System (GIS) revenue by 20 per cent to Bt1.7 billion, of which Bt100 million will come from the FMCG segment. “We have been expanding to the private market for a while, but this year is the first for us to focus on it. We started, grew and became strong in the government market for many years. Now we emphasise the private market’s FMCG,” general manager Krairop Luangithai said yesterday. Read More