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GeoMattix Joins the Esri Partner Network

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Tuesday, November 13th 2012
GeoMattix | Sedona, Arizona


Providing Custom GIS and GPS Training, Consulting and Sales Services

 GeoMattix is pleased to announce its membership in the Esri Partner Network. With a focus on mobile GIS, GeoMattix brings to the Esri partnership custom training courses, workflow development, and consultative services for Esri software users.

GeoMattix is joining the global Esri Partner Network at the Silver level. Additionally, GeoMattix is authorized as a value added reseller of Esri software products and partner bundles.

“Esri software products are a key component of the mobile GIS services we offer,” says Michele Mattix, owner of GeoMattix. “With field applications like ArcPad or ArcGIS for Windows Mobile, we offer our customers solid tools for collecting GPS data for their GIS.”

As a value added reseller, GeoMattix is able to offer customers Trimble GPS equipment loaded with Esri field software. Solutions include GeoXH, GeoXT, and Juno GPS units with ArcPad or ArcGIS for Windows Mobile installed, and more.

GeoMattix has a series of custom GIS and GPS training videos designed to help GIS professionals get up and running with mobile GIS. The company helps clients with all aspects of choosing and using the right field equipment for mobile GIS projects.

GeoMattix also consults with clients on GPS equipment specifications and integrating GPS data collection with a new or existing GIS.

For more information, visit www.GeoMattix.com or

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