Esri becomes NAVTEQ reseller

By on 7 October, 2010
NAVTEQ, the global provider of maps, traffic and location data enabling navigation, location-based services and mobile advertising around the world, has announced at the spatial@gov conference in Canberra that it has completed an Enterprise Reseller Agreement with the Esri Australia group, providers of location intelligence solutions with more than 33 years of experience. With this Enterprise Reseller Agreement in place, Esri Australia and its wholly owned subsidiary MapData Sciences (MDS) can offer the complete range of NAVTEQ-enhanced data solutions to its enterprise customers.
NAVTEQ maps are built to a single data specification allowing customers to easily and cost-effectively optimise processes, manage assets and increase productivity. As an authorised NAVTEQ distributor, the Esri Australia group will have the ability to sell NAVTEQ’s map data and bundle it with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software to deliver comprehensive location intelligence solutions.
“Given the strength of the Esri Australia group as a leading provider of location intelligence solutions and services, this agreement represents a significant leap forward for NAVTEQ and Esri Australia in this industry segment,” said Rohan Fernando, business development manager, NAVTEQ Oceania. “The combined capabilities of NAVTEQ and Esri Australia, with its subsidiary MapData Sciences, are certain to deliver huge benefits for the broad range of enterprise spatial customers in this region,” he added.
Clients of Esri Australia and MapData Sciences will have access to the full suite of NAVTEQ Enterprise digital map-based products and services. This includes high-quality digital mapping data for enhanced mobile asset management, internet applications, GIS applications, geo-marketing applications, call centre applications and telematics services.

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