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March 21st, 2012
GIS Cloud PR: GIS Cloud Shapes Solutions for Organizations, Consultants and System Integrators

GIS Cloud says they are closely collaborating with their users to be able to better understand their needs and deliver better services. Having a modular and flexible service at their hand helps their users to: 

●       Cut unnecessary GIS software and IT costs

●       Integrate GIS Cloud easily into existing work-flows and software setups

●       Improve data exchange and management

●       Reduce time to projects delivery 

The new GIS Cloud offer is focused on reducing pain for many GIS professionals. This is mostly related to publishing data online, but also providing users with more cloud based geo applications and solutions. 

The innovative HTMLmapping engine released a few months ago has opened up new horizons and provided new ways of visualizing spatial data online. Publishing big data maps with several millions of features, rendered on the fly on a client, has opened up new possibilities. 

For full information on the upcoming solutions take a look at this GIS Cloud blog post.