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PCI Geomatics Renews and Expands its Exclusive Distribution Agreement with China’s Beijing Space Eye Innovation Company (BSEI)

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Tuesday, January 15th 2013
PCI Geomatics | Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada


- PCI Geomatics, a world leading developer of remote sensing and photogrammetric software and systems, has announced that it has signed a new exclusive distribution agreement with Beijing Space Eye Innovation Technology Co. Ltd (BSEI) of China. The new agreement acknowledges BSEI, as PCI’s exclusive reseller partner for both PCI’s Geomatica desktop software and PCI’s award winning GeoImaging Accelerator (GXL) technology, in China.

Since February 2009, BSEI has successfully partnered with PCI Geomatics, reselling Geomatica to the Chinese market. BSEI has experienced tremendous success distributing PCI technology in the Chinese market, which continues to grow and expand - the Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) is estimated to be over 10% from 2013-2017, with many investments made across a variety of sectors, in particular the development of geospatial technology. Under the terms of the agreement, PCI will maintain its office in Beijing, providing both local technical and sales support to assist BSEI.

“BSEI has established itself as a trusted supplier of leading edge geospatial technology in China, having developed its expertise and experience since the company’s inception in 2000”, said Xiaoyang Cheng, President of BSEI. “We are poised to help our Chinese customers and the Geospatial Industry continue to grow significantly, through the implementation of the exclusive distribution agreement to sell PCI’s proven desktop and solutions products. Through the exclusive agreement, BSEI and PCI will work more closely than ever to provide our customers with local service and technical support”.

“PCI Geomatics has established a strong and successful relationship with BSEI,” said Terry Moloney, President and CEO of PCI Geomatics. “The Chinese economy continues to expand, with the use of Geospatial imagery growing rapidly. By working exclusively with BSEI, we look forward to offering more leading edge solutions to customers in China”.

PCI Geomatics has recently released Geomatica 2013, which has been available to the Chinese market since September 2012. In addition, PCI has successfully installed several high throughput GXL production systems in China. Find out more by visiting: www.pcigeomatics.com/geomatica and www.pcigeomatics.com/gxl.

 

About PCI Geomatics

PCI Geomatics is a world leading developer of software and systems for remote sensing, imagery processing, and photogrammetry.  With more than 30 years of experience in the geospatial industry, PCI is recognized globally for its excellence in providing software for accurately and rapidly processing both satellite and aerial imagery.  PCI has installed more than 25,000 licenses, in over 145 countries worldwide. Find out more about PCI Geomatics at www.pcigeomatics.com.

About BSEI

Beijing Space Eye Innovation Tech Co. Ltd. (BSEI) has many years of experience of distributing satellite imagery and world leading image processing software in the Chinese market. BSEI is also the global channel partner of Chinese imaging satellite, TH-1. BSEI provides professional image processing services, information systems integration and related technical training. Based in Beijing China, BSEI has more than 80% of their staff with specialized, advanced degrees in the fields of Remote Sensing and GIS. Since 2005, BSEI has provided more than 1,000 users in China and abroad with various satellite imagery, software as well as data processing services and training. Find out more at: www.bsei.com.cn

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