SPATIALinfo completes record year, expands global reach, and cultivates international strategic partnerships
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — (BUSINESS WIRE) — September 26, 2011 — Building on recent project wins and market successes, SPATIALinfo is expanding its offices in Asia and Europe to address increased demand for its physical network inventory software, spatialSUITE.
“Communications service providers are looking for ways to provide the fastest, most reliable service to as many customers as possible. SPATIALinfo’s product suite helps them to plan, design, and manage their networks accurately; penetrate emerging and existing markets with additional services; and maximize their returns on investment,” said Don Wadas, SPATIALinfo’s executive vice president of global sales and marketing. “Due to our recent successes outside of North America and the rapid build out of fiber networks globally, the time is right for SPATIALinfo to leverage this success and the recognition we’ve gained among customers and partners as a leader in this area in order to continue our significant growth.”
SPATIALinfo’s spatialSUITE is currently the software of choice for managing the physical network inventories of more than 50% of North American cable providers. Additionally, SPATIALinfo was recently selected as the physical network inventory management software provider for Australia’s national FTTP initiative. Capitalizing on this and other recent successes, SPATIALinfo is expanding its global sales and account management team to provide support for its rapidly expanding customer base.
SPATIALinfo, with offices in Melbourne, Victoria and Englewood, Colorado, specializes in developing network-management software solutions for the cable and telecommunications industries. SpatialSUITE products make it easy for professionals to map, model and manage complex inside plant (ISP) and outside plant (OSP) communications networks. From the POI to the service address and everything in between, spatialSUITE’s performance makes it the ideal choice for businesses that want to leverage the network asset data of their fiber, copper and RF networks. For more information, please call Karinn Koback at +1 720 873 6880 x122 or visit www.spatialinfo.com.
Karinn Koback, +1 720-873-6880 x122