Toronto, Ontario, Canada – July 16, 2018 – Teranet Inc., Canada’s leader in the delivery of statutory registry services, announced today that it was awarded a Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) Award at the Esri User Conference held in San Diego. Teranet was chosen from thousands of Esri customer organizations worldwide for its effective enterprise implementation of geographic information system (GIS) technology to deliver better services.
Teranet has migrated all its core spatial data into Esri’s ArcGIS platform. It now forms part of one of the most advanced land registration systems in the world.
“We manage one of the largest land registration systems in the world,” said Al Buckle, Director of Operations for Teranet. “When we began looking to replace and upgrade our legacy mapping platform, we looked for a highly secure and stable GIS platform that could handle the massive amount of data we are required to store and manipulate. Esri Canada’s solution was the best fit and it will scale with Teranet’s growth.”
About Esri Canada
Founded in 1984, Esri Canada provides geographic information system (GIS) solutions that empower people in business, government and education to make informed and timely decisions by leveraging the power of mapping and spatial analytics. These solutions enable organizations to better manage their resources, plan their future and collaborate within and beyond their organization. Esri Canada’s products and services help advance successful digital transformation. The company serves 12,000 organizations from 16 offices across Canada and is based in Toronto. More information can be found at esri.ca.
Teranet is Canada’s leader in the delivery and transformation of statutory registry services with extensive expertise in land and commercial registries. They also market insightful property and data solutions, as well as practice management automation to thousands of customers in the real estate, financial services, government, utilities, and legal markets. Founded in 1991, Teranet operates the Electronic Land Registration System for the Province of Ontario, and The Property Registry for the Province of Manitoba. For more information, visit teranet.ca.