New Light Technologies, Inc. (NLT) becomes Authorized Reseller for VoyagerGIS

Washington, D.C. – VoyagerGIS and New Light Technologies, Inc (NLT) a Washington, D.C. based information technology company, recently signed a reseller agreement that makes NLT a distributor of VoyagerGIS products. With this agreement, the companies hope to expand on their current tool sets and reach deeper into their data assets to increase effective utilization for every opportunity.

“This will be a productive working relationship with VoyagerGIS as we incorporate its efficient spatial search product solutions to better serve our clients’ needs,” said Ghermay Araya, CEO of New Light Technologies.

Brian Goldin, CEO of VoyagerGIS said that “we are excited to pair VoyagerGIS commercial off-the-shelf geospatial search solution with NLT’s extensive experience in delivering best-of-breed, scalable geospatial solutions. Together this will allow customers to be up and running quickly, providing them with greater productivity and even greater success. 

About New Light Technologies, Inc. 
New Light Technologies, Inc. (NLT) is a Washington, D.C. based information technology firm specializing in providing geographic information technology and IT solutions to a broad array of organizations. NLT is a proven leader in the development, implementation, and sustainment of high performance enterprise Geospatial information systems (GIS). NLT has a proven history managing project teams for state and local government and a variety of federal agencies including the U.S. Census Bureau, FEMA, as well as commercial and non-profit organizations in the areas of land management, environmental mapping, demographics, transportation, public safety and emergency management, and more. For more information, visit New Light Technologies, Inc. (NLT) <http://newlighttechnologies.com/>.

About VoyagerGIS
Voyager can search, manage, and visualize your spatial data infrastructure. Voyager brings the simplicity of web style search to GIS by allowing you to instantly find map documents, datasets, web mapping services and other geospatial resources on your desktop or across the enterprise:

  • Quickly index GIS data and maps on your own computer or across enterprise servers
  • Search for data and maps using full text and spatial queries as easily as you search the web
  • Easily preview the results of your search using thumbnails and then quickly use your selected items in a variety of GIS applications
  • Build a spatial data portal in just a few clicks
  • Fits into existing workflows by not requiring metadata (improved when metadata exists)

For more information, visit Voyager GIS <http://voyagergis.com/>.

 

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