NovaLIS Technologies Receives Partner of the Year Award 04.11.2003
“NovaLIS Technologies is a strong international player,” says ESRI Canada President Alex Miller about the selection of NovaLIS as this year’s award recipient.
“NovaLIS is successfully delivering Parcel Editor and its entire suite of ESRI-based integrated land records management solutions worldwide. This accomplishment is evident in recent Canadian wins such as British Columbia Assessment Authority.”
Working with ESRI Canada and other strategic partners, NovaLIS Technologies won several key Canadian accounts last year. These wins included a contract with BC Assessment Authority – currently one of the largest CAMA implementation projects in North America with more than 1.7 million parcels. International projects are also ongoing in countries such as Ireland, Australia, and Jamaica.
Recipients of the Partner of the Year award have strong sales records for 2002, brought an innovative product to market, brought ESRI into a new market with their specialized knowledge and expertise, teamed successfully with ESRI on a project, or were distinguished in some other way from the other partners in their region. NovaLIS qualified on all aspects of the award.
NovaLIS President/CEO Gary Waters (left) and GIS Technical Architect Neil Duxbury (right) accept award from ESRI Inc. President Jack Dangermond (center).
NovaLIS President and CEO Gary Waters accepted the award on March 22 during the Business Partner Conference Welcome Social in Palm Springs.
“Over the last decade, we have worked diligently with ESRI Canada to create a strong partnership that benefits both companies, “ says President/CEO Gary Waters.
“This award recognizes our success in reaching this goal. I am very excited about the increased opportunities this will bring for us to work with ESRI Canada and other ESRI International distributors to implement our geographic information systems (GIS) and land records management solutions.”
NovaLIS’ integrated land records management solutions include Parcel Editor, Assessment Office, Land Development Office, and Land Titles Office. These software solutions automate and integrate the collection and flow of information within land records agencies, and improve access to information relating to property assessment, land use planning, cadastral mapping, and deed titling and land registry.