GeoNorth News: Strathcona County, Alberta, Canada Awards GeoNorth GIS Services Contract
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - GeoNorth, an Alaskan-based Information Technology solutions provider headquartered in Anchorage, and a wholly owned subsidiary of The Tatitlek Corporation, has recently been awarded a services contract by Strathcona County, Albert, Canada. This services contract places GeoNorth on a ‘Pre-Qualified Service Provider List’, or task order contract, for Strathcona County GIS Services as the needs arise with the County’s GIS Department.
Strathcona County is a Specialized Municipality located just east of Edmonton, Alberta. The County services a diverse population with twenty-plus departments, using the IT and GIS technologies GeoNorth’s very existence was built on. In addition, Strathcona County is a heavy user of MapOptix; GeoNorth’s stand alone product providing web-based mapping solutions. Other services provided under this contract award include business analysis, application maintenance and development, database maintenance anddevelopment, system integrations, GIS system configuration, GIS data modeling, technical support, and software training.
“GeoNorth and Strathcona County have enjoyed a strong and valued business relationship over the past several years, and we are excited to continue performing for them under this new contract”, says Bob Johnson, GeoNorth’s Director of Sales and Marketing. “Votes of confidence through contract awards always confirm to us that we are providing a value to our clients, which is why we’re here”.
GeoNorth, LLC, established in 1994 and located at 561 E 36th Avenue, is an Information Technology solutions provider specializing in GIS (Geographic Information Systems), AutoCAD Product and Consulting Services, Database Management, Web Design and Development, Mobile applications, and Graphic Design services. The company also has remote locations in the Pacific Northwest, Idaho, Florida, and on the East Coast. For more information, please visit us at www.geonorth.com, or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/geonorth.
Posted: February 27, 2012