Toronto, Canada, 20 February 2007 – ESRI Canada has announced a distribution agreement with Tele Atlas North America. This agreement gives ESRI Canada the ability to offer Canadian GIS users comprehensive digital basemap data that is seamlessly integrated with ESRI technology.
“We are pleased to announce a distribution agreement with Tele Atlas,” said Alex Miller, President, ESRI Canada. “Our agreement with Tele Atlas Canada will allow ESRI Canada to provide customers with another high quality source of spatial data that can be used in conjunction with the ArcGIS family of products.”
Tele Atlas delivers rich and accurate datasets that power essential geographic solutions. The content for Tele Atlas’ data products is gathered from over 50,000 global sources such as satellite and aerial imagery, public data sources, government sources, mobile mapping vans, utilities, fleet, and postal drivers.
“Tele Atlas is very pleased to strengthen our relationship with ESRI Canada,” said John Cassidy, GIS Market Director, Tele Atlas. “Users across Canada can now easily combine our outstanding Canadian data with ESRI’s powerful, scalable tools to help plan and manage their government agencies, fleets, and businesses more efficiently and cost-effectively.”
– About ESRI Canada
Established in 1984, ESRI Canada is a Canadian owned company specializing in GIS solutions. It distributes GIS software solutions from ESRI Inc., Miner and Miner, and Azteca. ESRI Canada has thirteen regional offices across Canada, with headquarters in Toronto, Ontario. For more information, visit www.esricanada.com