​Global Nomad GIS Services Joined the Esri Partner Network


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The San Francisco Bay Area-based Global Nomad, LLC, announces today that it has joined the Esri Partner Network as a partner. The company provides consulting and development services enabled by the Geographic Information System (GIS), with particular interests in developing applications to assist work concerning archaeological and historic preservation, architecture, community development, construction and engineering, education, information technology. Mining, parks and recreation, and public works.

The Esri Partner Network is a rich ecosystem of organizations that work together to amplify The Science of Where. Esri has more than 2,600 partners globally, which deliver solutions, content, and services. Combining industry-specific knowledge with ArcGIS software expertise, partners can customize and extend the reach of geospatial technology in limitless applications and organizations.

Nazih Fino, the company founder and CEO, has over 14-year experiences in providing services to clients in the above-mentioned sectors. He also has advanced academic training in the field of archaeology, urban planning as well as Geographic Information System. His international travel and work experiences also make him envision the company’s services to go beyond the U.S. to extend to the Middle East and the Central America.

The company’s GIS services span from the broad level of business consulting/strategy/development; to the development of customized tools and apps level across multiple platforms for field applications; and down to the ground level of geospatial data gathering/processing/management, as well as technical training and support.

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