Esri to provide Malta agencies with GIS solutions

By on 31 March, 2023

Launching the MITA-Esri agreement. Courtesy MITA.

The Malta Information Technology Agency (MITA) has signed an enterprise agreement with Esri to enhance its GIS capabilities.

The three-year agreement will provide Esri software, professional services and technical support to MITA and 22 other agencies across the Maltese government.

Agencies such as health, communications and infrastructure organisations that do not currently benefit from enterprise GIS will have access to tools and applications for spatial data visualisation and analysis.

“The agreement that MITA has signed on behalf of the government of Malta directly with Esri will facilitate flexible access to the latest Esri technology and services,” said Inġ.Emanuel Darmanin, CEO of MITA.

“It provides the opportunity for further growth in the use of GIS capabilities to support current and future strategic geospatial initiatives.”

The agreement simplifies software licensing and procurement for MITA and associated government agencies. Esri and MITA will coordinate GIS user events and provide industry and technology briefings throughout the term of the agreement.

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