NEW YORK – June 28, 2017 – Boundless, the leader in open GIS, today announced it has reinforced its ongoing commitment to open source by providing a Diamond Sponsorship of the Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo)for 2017.
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Some great questions have been answered in a recent blog post from the OpenGeo crew. The meaty article takes a close look at the OpenGeo Suite as well as a look at the individual, OpenGeo Components. For the non-developer type like yours truly, this is an excellent and must read if you think there’s any […]
QGIS is open source, and similar to proprietary GIS software, runs on a variety of operating systems, and has been steadily improving since its debut in 2002. With easy-to-install packages, OpenGeo Suite integration, and reliable support offerings, QGIS is a viable alternative to proprietary desktop GIS software. Here, Gretchen Peterson of Boundless explores how QGIS […]
OpenGeo recently announced that it has hired noted geospatial industry leader Eddie Pickle to enhance its business development and marketing leadership and help manage its growing worldwide client and partner base.