Clarita solutions, con terra partner to launch in Australia

By on 22 May, 2019

 

Clarita Solutions and German-based GIS integrator con terra have collaborated to bring ‘advanced GIS monitoring and security tools’ to Australia.

The new partnership will allow Clarita Solutions to become the exclusive sales partner for con terra’s service.monitor and security.monitor products. The company will also be responsible for sales, and training and ongoing support in Australia.

Con terra products, security.manager and service.monitor, are known to strengthen Esri’s ArcGIS Enterprise functionality. Security.manager recognizes individual users, which allows administrators to identify what contents of a published GIS service can be seen or used by each user, which results in saving of time and effort. Service.monitor provides GIS Administrators with an analytics and monitoring platform for understanding the usage trends and reliability of geospatial apps and services.

“Australian organisations who choose to extend their GIS technology investments with con terra products will be well-positioned to compete as a digital business by mitigating risk and reducing the time, complexity and overhead of publishing and administering GIS services online,” said David Lestani, founder of Clarita Solutions.

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