Local experts to deliver enterprise support and custom solutions to the region
Geobeyond, a geospatial firm located north of Rome in Vacone, Italy and OpenGeo, a global leader in open source geospatial solutions, announced a reseller agreement that will bring the OpenGeo Suite Enterprise Edition to Italy.
The OpenGeo Suite Enterprise Edition's powerful stack of tested, integrated, and supported geospatial components includes PostGIS, GeoServer, OpenLayers, GeoWebCache, and GeoExt. The platform is used by organizations worldwide to serve maps and data through web applications, mobile devices, and desktop clients. "We look forward to extending our portfolio and supporting the GIS industry with this vertical solution," commented Francesco Bartoli, CTO of Geobeyond.
OpenGeo President Chris Holmes, added, "Our partnership with Geobeyond allows us to ensure that Italian users have access to local experts to help them develop and maintain robust open source geospatial solutions."
OpenGeo is a social enterprise working to build the best web-based geospatial technology. The company brings the best practices of open source software to geospatial organizations around the world by providing enterprises with supported, tested, and integrated open source solutions to build the Geospatial Web. OpenGeo also supports open source communities by employing key developers of PostGIS, GeoServer, and OpenLayers. Since 2002, the company has provided successful consulting services and products to clients like the World Bank, Google, the UK Ordnance Survey, Portland TriMet, MassGIS, Landgate, and the Federal Communications Commission. OpenGeo is the geospatial division of OpenPlans, a New York-based 501(c)(3) non-profit that informs and engages communities through journalism and open source software. All of OpenGeo's revenue has been and will continue to be re-invested into innovative and useful software in support of the OpenPlans mission.
Geobeyond's mission is enabling geography for business. Over a the past few years, Geobeyond's world-class location-based services and geospatial solutions have achieved a reputation for performance, reliability and robustness.
OpenGeo, a Division of OpenPlans