Fugro-Inpark joins Miner & Miner’s business partner program

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Feb. 6, 2002 — Miner & Miner (M&M) and Fugro-Inpark BV are teaming to provide Miner & Miner’s enterprise geographic information system (GIS) solutions to electric, gas, and water utilities throughout Europe.

Fugro-Inpark has recently joined Miner & Miner’s Business Partner Program as the first consulting company in Europe to be working with Miner & Miner to deliver the ArcFM family of products.

With data conversion and network analysis services being a part of nearly every Fugro-Inpark project, the company is one of the few Dutch engineering firms to offer complete GIS services. “Fugro-Inpark has experience with data and data conversion. This provides a powerful extension to our team when we implement ArcFM and Designer,” said Gerald Kreuwel, Director of Marketing and& Sales for Miner & Miner Europe. “We provide excellent technology and solutions. Fugro-Inpark adds outstanding system integration and a thorough understanding of data.”

Fugro-Inpark has extensive experience in managing geographically referenced data. They have worked on numerous international contracts specializing in customizing products and services to suit the individual needs of their clients.

Both Miner & Miner and Fugro-Inpark are business partners of ESRI, the world leader in developing GIS software. This relationship provides the opportunity to expand the customer base of the ArcFM suite of products, and continue to extend the ESRI community. Together the team of ESRI, Miner & Miner, and Fugro-Inpark present a powerful partnership to meet the needs of utilities throughout Europe and the region.

“Fugro-Inpark has always provided a broad range of services for utilities in which GIS-related services form an integral and increasingly important part. Our services are characterized by a pragmatic and down-to-earth approach. We feel confident that our partnership with Miner & Miner is in line with this philosophy. It will help us offer our clients state-of-the-art solutions of the ArcFM platform,” said Jeroen Van Dongen, Director of Energy, Water, and Industry Division of Fugro-Inpark B.V.


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