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June 15, 2018
NSGIS and InfoGeographics announce Strategic Partnership

Los Angeles, CA –NorthSouth GIS LLC (NSGIS) and Traverse City, Michigan based InfoGeographics, Inc (IGI) have entered into a strategic partnership in the geospatial consulting and systems integration field. Headquartered in Los Angeles, NSGIS has been providing world class enterprise-grade geospatial IT services to the seaport, airport, water and wastewater utility, and local government markets for two decades. Michigan based IGI has been providing similar services to wastewater and storm water utilities, local and regional government, energy, and commercial clients (including Fortune 500 companies) for a similar time period. Both firms are Esri and Latitude Geographics Business Partners (with IGI also an FME Authorized Partner) and mirror each other’s skills and approach. Partnering broadens the firms’ geographic reach, opens new vertical markets, and helps to balance resource requirements. Daniel Elroi, NSGIS President and CEO, noted that “While a lot of our work is virtual and remote, having a physical foothold in the Midwest opens new markets for us. Plus, I really like IGI’s staff and management; they complement and extend our capabilities well.” James Bennett, IGI’s President and CEO, adds “NSGIS’s location in one of the most populated regions of the country, and their national experience and reputation in transportation and water utilities open new markets and geographies for IGI.”

NSGIS (www.nsgis.com) was founded in 1998 as Elroi Consulting Inc. and evolved into NorthSouth GIS LLC through international collaborations that propelled it into an Esri Partner of the Year, later to become an Esri Gold Partner. NSGIS specializes in moving organizations that have no GIS or only departmental GIS into ones that adopt and benefit from enterprise-wide deployments. NSGIS integrates GIS with many other geospatial technologies, and places GIS directly in the Enterprise Service Bus, where it can support holistic systems such as Situational Awareness and Enterprise Asset Management systems. NSGIS counts among its clients the Ports of Long Beach, Tacoma, and Houston, the cities of Los Angeles, Burbank, and Culver City, LAX and Oakland Airports, and the Eastern Municipal (CA) and Anchorage (AK) Water Utilities. For more information, please email info@nsgis.com.

IGI (www.InfoGeographics.com) is a GIS integrations company demonstrating success with GIS since 2001. IGI’s career GIS professionals specialize in GIS planning, end-to-end system deployment, geodatabase design and data development, web mapping applications, mobile applications, and training/support to public and private sector clients throughout North America. They provide expertise utilizing the entire ArcGIS Suite including ArcGIS Enterprise, ArcGIS Desktop/Pro, and ArcGIS Online, along with Geocortex Essentials, FME, and mobile application development platforms. IGI is an Esri Silver Business Partner, Geocortex Authorized Implementer, FME Authorized Partner, and authorized developer for mobile applications on Apple, Microsoft, and Google Play stores. For more information about InfoGeographics and how they are Connecting Information to Your World, contact them through their website.

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