Aquatic Informatics & Greenspan Form Alliance
Alliance offers customers access to seamless environmental data acquisition and management system
Aquatic Informatics and Greenspan are pleased to announce an alliance between both companies. This alliance offers customers around the world access to best-of-breed solutions developed by both companies, now offered as one seamless environmental data acquisition and management system.
Under the terms of the alliance, Aquatic Informatics’ popular AQUARIUS water data management system will be distributed and supported by Greenspan in Australia, the Middle East and much of Asia. Greenspan and Aquatic Informatics will engage in joint product development to refine AQUARIUS for these markets, and to ensure a perfect fit with Greenspan’s ClearSCADA environmental monitoring and data acquisition system. In North America, Aquatic Informatics and Greenspan offer integrated environmental data solutions and services built on the expertise of both companies.
“The alliance with Aquatic Informatics fits perfectly with Greenspan’s plans to expand our global markets,” commented Greenspan’s Principal Consultant Mark Wolf. “We are pleased to have found a truly world class software partner to enable us to offer complete environmental monitoring solutions based on the latest technology and standard platforms.” Aquatic Informatics Founder and CEO Ed Quilty added: “We are very excited to partner with Greenspan, a recognized global leader in environmental monitoring. The combination of Aquatic Informatics’ AQUARIUS and Greenspan’s expertise in design and implementation of complex data acquisition and monitoring systems makes a compelling solution for the global water management market.”
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