Dialog becomes a Google Enterprise Maps premier partner

By on 3 December, 2013


Dialog Information Technology recently announced that it has become a Premier Partner of solutions based on Google’s Enterprise Maps for Business technologies. This new designation from Google enables customers to more reliably assess a partner’s expertise in, and deployment of, Google products.

Dialog has progressed from an Authorized, to a Premier Reseller based on its expertise and success in helping customers deploy and use Google Maps for Business solutions. This includes the deployment of one of the largest Google Earth Enterprise implementations in the ANZ region, and the ARGOS Geospatial Situational Awareness framework, a range of industry-focused mapping solutions that allow organisations to visualise tracked assets, personnel, and operations on a Google Enterprise Maps platform.

“The Google Enterprise Maps partner program has enabled us to offer comprehensive industry-focused solutions to our customers’ enterprise mapping and visualisation requirements”, said Glenn Irvine, National Practice Manager for Google Enterprise at Dialog. “We’re pleased to be recognised as a Premier Partner, and we look forward to continuing our work helping customers take advantage of the Google Maps for Business products and solutions.”

Google Maps for Business brings Google Maps to organisations, providing simple, familiar mapping technology to the workplace. Businesses can layer their own data on top of Google’s base map, and create their own maps and geospatial applications that can be used by anyone, at any time, in any place.

By using any of Google Maps business solutions, including Google Maps Engine, Google Maps Engine Pro, Google Maps Coordinate or the Google Maps APIs, organisations and their employees can rely on maps that are comprehensive, easy-to-use, and always up-to-date.

The Google Enterprise Partner program includes companies globally that sell, service, and customise Google Maps for Business solutions to suit their customers’ needs. As a part of the Google Maps Partner program, Dialog receives training, support, and deployment tools from Google.

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