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Government Tender Won with TatukGIS Editor Software

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Friday, January 4th 2013
TatukGIS | Gdynia, Poland


Government Tender Won with TatukGIS Editor Software

TatukGIS customer LOGON SA has won a public tender carried out by the Poland Chief Inspectorate for Environmental Protection to supply GIS software and computer hardware to the Provincial Inspectorates for Environmental Protection (Wojewódzkich Inspektoratów Ochrony Środowiska - WIOŚ) and the Provincial Headquarters of the State Fire Service (Wojewódzkich Komenda Państwowej Straży Pożarnej – KW PSP). The final stage of the fulfillment of this contract - training on the use of the GIS software - was performed on October 29-30, 2012.

The TatukGIS Editor product was selected to fulfill the desktop GIS software portion of the tender. The TatukGIS Editor fulfilled the contract specifications for a significantly lower cost - including license fees and user training - than other GIS desktop software product options. Personnel of these two government organizations are presently using the TatukGIS Editor in the performance of their jobs.

The TatukGIS Editor is a professional desktop GIS mapping and data editing application designed to be easily learned and used. The default user interface intuitively presents the features most used and valued by most GIS users, without unnecessary menu clutter. Specialized features and custom extensions may be efficiently added using a built-in scripting environment and powerful object API. More about the GIS Editor is available from the TatukGIS web site at www.tatukgis.com.

More about the company LOGON SA is available at www.logon.pl.
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