DTS and Geocom plan to deliver innovative GIS software solutions on an unprecedented scale to the US

Data Transfer Solutions (“DTS”), leader in asset management, geographic information systems, and transportation planning services and solutions, and developer of VUEWorks®, a flexible work and asset management software, today announced a strategic partnership agreement to become Geocom’s official reseller for their GEONIS software in the United States. DTS has developed ArcGIS-based solutions in the area of asset management related to the transportation, utilities, wildfire and environmental markets for decades. With Geocom’s GEONIS Street Network Manager and Geocom’s products for logistics, DTS can extend its product offering to the transportation sector. In addition, DTS is expanding its GIS offering and become a GEONIS reseller for infrastructure management solutions from Geocom, building on our LiDAR and GIS utilities experience.

“We are excited about our partnership with Geocom and expanding our capabilities with their product,” said Allen Ibaugh, CEO of DTS. “DTS and Geocom will combine our strengths and our proven ability to execute to offer incredible GIS software innovation throughout the United States. The DTS-Geocom partnership provides transportation, and utility industries with the entire life cycle of a GIS system: from business and process analysis to system requirements and IT architecture to operation”

~Allen Ibaugh, CEO – DTS

“Having DTS join us as one of our US partner is tremendous,” said Eric Straalman, Head of International Sales of Geocom. “We look forward to working together to service the growing demand for utility companies, industries and public sectors to create added value for their customers and improve their own efficiency through the use of geographic information systems in the US markets.”

~ Eric Straalman, Head of International Sales – Geocom

About DTS
Data Transfer Solutions, LLC (DTS) delivers cost-effective information management solutions to government, transportation and utilities clients. We leverage a unique mix of professional engineers, planners, geographers and software engineers to develop technology based solutions for our clients that facilitate better decisions. We excel at utilizing technology to organize data and develop analytical tools that help our clients understand and manage their infrastructure and plan for its future. For more information about DTS, visit www.dtsgis.com.

About Geocom
Geocom helps utility companies, industries and public sectors to create added value for their customers and improve their own efficiency through the use of geographic information systems. At the same time, the increased process transparency provides additional security.

With their unique specialized knowledge in the areas of software development, network information and surveying, Geocom offers the optimal prerequisites for the development of customized solutions. Knowledgeable consulting, pinpoint project management and a smooth system implementation ensure that the geoinformation systems are on time, cost efficient and meet the needs of the client.

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