As a global GIS software provider, Supergeo is the only company that has a complete product line of GIS software in Taiwan. Using SuperGIS as the brand, Supergeo has developed and maintained SuperSurv and SuperPad for mobile devices, SuperGIS Desktop and advanced Extensions for desktop computers, and SuperGIS 2D and 3D Server for the web environment. With leading-edge functionality, competitive pricing, and robust performance, SuperGIS products have gained great popularity around the world. Governments and organizations from over 100 different countries have so far adopted SuperGIS products. What’s more, Supergeo’s rich experience of developing GIS software has already won itself 7 international geospatial excellence awards.
Supergeo has skilled workers specialized in product development and expanding business in new territories. In the past few years, they also have developed and delivered several preliminary custom GIS products that satisfy the basic needs of Supergeo’s strategic partners. However, this seems not enough for the requests from those partners. Therefore, from this year, following the trend in the IT industry, Supergeo will focus on more in-depth custom GIS products and bundled solutions. In other words, Supergeo is going to integrate its GIS expertise into partner’s hardware and mega information systems, which is very similar to the OEM and ODM model. Recently, Supergeo has reached an agreement with DATAGNSS, the high-precision RTK device manufacturer. In the future, any customer who purchases its D302-RTK handheld device will be able to use a bundled SuperSurv 10 without extra charge. At the same time, Supergeo is still working closely with other companies from various domains to achieve this kind of cooperation. Because some projects may contain confidential information, Supergeo will not reveal the details about these clients at this moment. If you are interested in integrating Supergeo’s GIS techniques into your products, please contact email@example.com directly!
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