Intergraph Team GeoMedia registered solutions provider awards recognize top performers

Intergraph Team GeoMedia registered solutions provider awards recognize top performers

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Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions honored the recipients of the inaugural Team GeoMedia Registered Solutions Provider (RSP) Awards at GeoSpatial World 2003, New Orleans, La. The awards were established to recognize top RSP members who
have exhibited an outstanding performance during the previous year in sales and service initiatives and solutions implementations. The RSP program is a partnership framework for independent businesses focused on the development, sales, marketing and support of geospatial industry solutions based on Intergraph’s GeoMedia technology. Selection to the RSP program indicates that members have demonstrated solid technical competence and a commitment to GeoMedia as their core technology for development. In addition to being recognized at GeoSpatial World 2003, each organization will have its logo featured on the Team GeoMedia Web site. Honored RSP members include:

  • Austria
    GISquadrat – As a leading GIS company in Austria, GISquadrat has used
    GeoMedia technology in important projects for many of its customers,
    including local mobile communications provider mobikom Austria, the Austrian
    Federal Forests Stock Company and the Federal Office of Metrology and
    Surveying of Austria.
  • Germany
    ENSECO – ENSECO selected GeoMedia technology as the strategic software for
    implementing GIS services for municipal and utility companies. The company’s
    project objectives combine heterogeneous databases. Different GIS formats,
    used by customers and administration, are integrated to build a common
    geodatabase that is easy to use.
  • Hungary
    graphIT – graphIT is a leading provider of GIS and CAD systems in Hungary.
    Using GeoMedia-based solutions, graphIT has succeeded in implementing
    Internet GIS applications in both the utilities and government sectors. One
    example is the META project being implemented for the Hungarian Ministry of
    Agriculture and Regional Development. META is the final phase of a
    multipurpose electronic archive subsystem and land information management
    system.
  • Italy
    Insiel – The support provided by the RSP program has enabled Insiel to
    deploy vertical, IGIS applications based on GeoMedia technology to its
    customers inside and outside the Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia.
  • Japan
    Asia Air Survey – Asia Air Survey actively seeks to broaden its capabilities
    through global partnerships with leading international technology leaders
    such as Intergraph. With GeoMedia technology, the company combines proven
    geospatial solutions with the highest quality of professional services.
  • Netherlands
    Fugro-Inpark – Through the support of the RSP program, Fugro-Inpark has
    implemented leading geospatial solutions and a solid infrastructure network
    based on GeoMedia at the city of Rotterdam.
  • Norway
    Norconsult Informasjonssystemer – As one of the most successful GIS
    companies in Norway, Norconsult decided several years ago to build its next
    generation of GIS tools based on GeoMedia technology. The project has proved
    a remarkable accomplishment, bringing this new technology to thousands of
    users in Norway.
  • Romania
    ICS Romania – ICS Romania, Ltd. is an IT services and solutions company that
    provides its customers the capability to integrate geographical data into
    daily information workflows. With the support of Intergraph and proven
    GeoMedia technology, the company is implementing geospatial solutions for
    government agencies and companies with large infrastructures. ICS Romania
    customers include National Agency for Mineral Resources, Mures County and
    Apaterm Oradea.
  • Spain
    SADIM – SADIM’s successful implementation of the Territorial Information
    System of Asturias (SITPA) exploited GeoMedia technology, enabling regional
    governments to manage information more efficiently. Daily government operations were enhanced by including interactive maps and geo-referenced images.