Esri Partner Network

TerraGo® Technologies Becomes Gold Tier Partner in the New Esri Partner Network

TerraGo Software Extends the Value of Esri Solutions to Anyone, Anywhere via GeoPDF® Maps and Imagery

ATLANTA – October 27, 2010 – TerraGo® Technologies, a leading provider of geospatial collaboration software solutions and a member of the Esri® Developer Network, recently joined the new Esri Partner Networkas a Gold Tier partner. Esri’s new program is designed to build a stronger worldwide GIS community through strategic partnerships and provide greater support to Esri’s global partners. TerraGo’s new level of partnership enhances sales, marketing and development efforts shared by the two companies as they work closely together to deliver geospatial solutions to hundreds of joint government and commercial customers.

As part of TerraGo’s integrated geospatial collaboration software suites, TerraGo Publisher™ integrates seamlessly with Esri ArcGIS® desktop and server-based applications to create GeoPDF® maps and imagery. TerraGo software and GeoPDF deliver applications that extend geospatial intelligence to all users in the enterprise, not just GIS experts. With TerraGo software and GeoPDF, mobile users can exploit geospatial intelligence in the field, gather new information, share observations with peers, and roundtrip intel back to the enterprise ArcGIS system.

“TerraGo software and GeoPDF provide Esri customers with powerful solutions for extending the value of their geospatial investment,” said Ann Jachim, partner manager. “As one of the first partners to achieve Gold Tier status, TerraGo provides solutions that compliment Esri’s vision by enabling geospatial collaboration across the entire enterprise. Our continued close partnership with TerraGo supports our customers’ requirements and the rapid adoption of geospatial PDF maps and imagery.”

“Esri’s commitment to its partners helps drive progress for the wide spectrum of organizations that rely on geospatial technology as mission-critical applications,” said Peter Herbert, director of marketing for TerraGo. “Becoming a Gold Tier partner in Esri’s enhanced partner program demonstrates the commitment both companies are making to continue the advancement of innovative, collaborative applications for geospatial information.”

TerraGo will showcase geospatial solutions that feature Esri ArcGIS 10 and TerraGo software at the GEOINT 2010 Symposium in New Orleans, Nov. 2 – 4, in booth 363. For more information, visit www.terragotech.com/geoint.  

For more information on how TerraGo software and GeoPDF enhance Esri solutions, please visit www.terragotech.comor contact sales@terragotech.com.

About TerraGo Technologies

TerraGo Technologies delivers software applications that extend the access and application of maps and imagery for mobile field professionals who rely on geospatial information to do their jobs. Thousands of global organizations, including many defense and intelligence agencies, petroleum and utility companies, public safety departments, and environmental engineering teams, depend on TerraGo software. The TerraGo Publisher™ Suite allows organizations to consume and optimize data from any source and create GeoPDF® maps and imagery. The TerraGo Collaboration™ Suite offers desktop, Web-based and mobile software applications that automate geospatial collaboration and information gathering and sharing. When used in conjunction with TerraGo Composer™, customers are able to configure easy-to-use 2D and 3D maps, imagery, and digital GeoPDF MapBook products while embedding relevant business context, forms, and workflows. With a strong ecosystem of partners, including Adobe, BAE Systems, Esri, ERDAS, Hitachi, Intergraph, and Trimble, millions of professionals use geospatial data that has been enabled by TerraGo in order to be more productive, improve quality, and make better decisions. For more information, visit www.terragotech.com.

TerraGo software creates GeoPDF maps and imagery that conform to the specifications published by the Open Geospatial Consortium as an OGC Best Practice and those published by Adobe as proposed geospatial extensions to ISO 32000.

TerraGo and GeoPDF are registered trademarks of TerraGo Technologies, Inc.

Sarah Clark-Lynn
Strategic Communications Group