SuperCom to Help South American Country Implement Land & Geographic Info System

SuperCom has won an 18-month, $9 million contract to provide a web-based land and geographical information system to a government customer in South America.

The company said Friday it will help the client migrate and implement SuperCom’s cloud-based Land and Geographical Registration and Information Management System.

Arie Trabelsi, SuperCom’s president and CEO, said the customer will company will adopt  the LIS and GIS platform as part of a land registry e-government process.

“We, together with our local partner, have been given an opportunity to deploy our technology as part of a meaningful government process and gain trust while building a new and strong relationship with this nation,” Trabelsi added.

The project commenced Friday and is scheduled for completion by July 2018.

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