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July 8th, 2011
SuperPad 3 Selected by Rancang Bistari in Malaysia

The rich experience and expertise in GIS database management of its staff have enabled the enterprise to broaden its service to various planning scope of work, especially in preparing the structure and local plan studies, physical planning and the geodatabase for planning use. 

Aiming to improve its service quality, Rancang Bistari contacts SuperGeo Malaysia for evaluating SuperPad 3. This set of mobile GIS software is equipped with plentiful contents of map display, smart editing tools and GPS supports, not only possessing powerful functions in GIS data processing, but also offering customized solutions with the built-in SuperPad Studio. 

With confidence in that SuperPad 3 is able to notably elevate the efficiency of field survey and augment the abundance along with the availability of geospatial data, Rancang Bistari procured SuperPad 3 from SuperGeo Malaysia. 

Following this successful sale, SuperGeo Technologies hopes to supply complete product support to Rancang Bistari, supporting its consulting services in GIS solutions and helping Malaysian users utilize SuperGIS technologies for better decision making. 

More information of Rancang Bistari, please visit http://www.rancangbistari.com 

Further information about SuperGeo is available at http://www.supergeotek.com