TerraGo launches Affiliate Referral Program in Response to Increasing Demand for BYOD GPS Solutions

By CIOReview | Monday, August 10, 2015
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WASHINGTON, DC: TerraGo, developer of location based intelligence, geospatial collaboration, GIS applications, GPS data collection software and solutions, announces  Affiliate Referral Program in support of GPS manufacturers, partners and customers of TerraGo edge. Under the program, GPS dealers, GIS resellers and consultants get to partner with TerraGo and accelerate their product sales and implement more successful customer projects.

“The industry is undergoing a technology transformation, away from outdated GPS devices and towards BYOD solutions like TerraGo Edge which deliver superior performance at a fraction of the cost”, quotes Summer Benish, VP of Sales Operations and Customer Success at TerraGo. “This program makes it easy to join forces with our partners to give the customer exactly the GPS performance they need with the best receivers and the best GPS collection app available in the market.”

The current time is seeing a transition where a rising number of enterprises are switching from proprietary GPS handhelds to smartphone and tablets in order to score more on cost savings and enhance productivity. Single-use, GPS devices are increasingly being challenged and replaced with the superior hardware performance and software capabilities of iOS and Android devices with TerraGo Edge.

Earlier in July TerraGo entered a partnership with Applied Field Data Systems (AFDS) a service provider of GIS and GPS solutions serving for utilities, forestry, environmental and energy industries. Ashok Wadwani, President, AFDS, quotes on the partnership saying “TerraGo products will help our customers take advantage of the latest advancements in mobile GPS and GIS technology.” He adds, “We take great pride in our technical innovation and TerraGo Edge positions us to meet the rapidly growing market demand for deploying high-accuracy iOS and Android GPS solutions that work with their existing GIS platform.”