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Open Spatial Announces the General Availability Release of Enlighten Bi 3.0

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Tuesday, December 11th 2012
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Open Spatial Announces the General Availability Release of Enlighten Bi 3.0

 – Open Spatial announced today the official release of Enlighten Business Intelligence version 3.0. Enlighten Bi is a powerful web based GIS and decision support portal enabling seamless integration of engineering, corporate databases, imagery, mapping data, and multimedia. The ability to drill down and drill through corporate data stores from a map is a main strength of the software.

Enlighten Bi 3.0 can be deployed in the cloud or on premise and can include a managed service offering operated to measurable outcomes.

The development center of excellence for Enlighten is located in Sydney, Australia, a region globally renowned for world-class asset management practices. Enlighten is used by customers to view and manage their assets to these high standards. Enlighten Bi 3.0 provides a portal combining CAD, GIS, BIM (building information modeling) and business data from a single point of truth.

Anthony Jahshan, CEO at Open Spatial, commented “Enlighten Bi 3.0 is our most exciting release of Enlighten yet. The software takes advantage of a number of new technologies, placing it miles ahead of any competitive product in its space. A feature coveted by our competitors is printing to scale from a browser in page sizes up to Architectural E.”

Enlighten Bi 3.0 requires no browser plug-ins and zero application software on the desktop. The software provides power user capabilities such as spatial analysis and editing directly from a browser. Template driven maps and report publishing minimizes the need for costly desktop licenses. Corporate applications can embed these maps and reports into their systems through web services.

Customers interested in how they can improve the quality of information delivered to their desktop by better utilization of existing Autodesk products should send an enquiry email to info@openspatial.com.

About Open Spatial Open Spatial is a multi-national company delivering geospatial engineering solutions based on Oracle and Autodesk technologies. Recognized for delivering applications to government, utilities, campuses, and ports, our solutions are based on internationally accepted open standards and world-class best practices. Open Spatial offers innovative spatial asset infrastructure solutions to managing the process from survey through to design, construction and ongoing spatial data management and city modeling. Our Clients efficiently manage cadastre, roads, water, wastewater, stormwater, electric, telecoms and fiber networks.

www.openspatial.com

Open Spatial, the Open Spatial logo and all brand and product names above are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Open Spatial Australia and in other countries. All other brand names, product name or trademarks belong to their respective holders. Oracle, AutoCAD, Autodesk and Civil 3D are registered trademarks of their respective owners.

© Copyright 2012, Open Spatial Corporation. All rights reserved.

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