Mozambique signs contract with Spatial Dimension

Mozambique signs contract with Spatial Dimension

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Cape Town, South Africa: Spatial Dimension has entered into a contract with the Mozambican Ministry of Mineral Resources to upgrade their Mining Cadastre System to the latest version of FlexiCadastre.
 
Eduardo Alexandre, National Director of Mines, said, “We have had a long and valued relationship with Spatial Dimension dating back to 2003, when they were first contracted by the World Bank to design and implement a new computerised Mining Cadastre System for the Ministry. Since then we have been using Spatial Dimension’s very first version of FlexiCadastre for all our licensing and compliance functions. While the system still caters to our initial requirements, we have been exposed to the additional benefits of the latest version of FlexiCadastre as used by our compatriots in the DRC, Ethiopia, Liberia, Senegal, Tanzania and Zambia and have chosen to contract Spatial Dimension to manage the transition to the new system. We look forward to working again with the professional and experienced staff from Spatial Dimension during this project.”
 
“Mozambique will always be important to Spatial Dimension, as the foundations to FlexiCadastre were laid during our initial contract with the Ministry. Other than the current installation in Mozambique all our global clients, in both the government and corporate sectors, use the same code base and all benefit from our continuous and exciting product development schedule,” said Bill Feast, Managing Director of Spatial Dimension.
 
Source: Spatial Dimension