IQGeo has a successful and active partner community and technology integration capability to support each customer’s unique solution and deployment strategy. The six partner and integration categories below provide an overview of the size and scope of the IQGeo ecosystem across industries, technology and geography.
Please contact us if you have questions about any of the partners or technologies included in these categories, any technology not listed, or if you are interested in becoming an IQGeo ecosystem partner.
These partner companies work actively to market, sell and support the IQGeo software in specific geographic regions and vertical industries. Some partners retain the IQGeo product branding in their sales activities and others OEM our software using their own product line branding.
CGI works closely with IQGeo to integrate CGI’s PragmaCad Mobile Workforce Management tools with IQGeo’s mobile-first solutions to enable more efficient end-to-end work processes.
I2O is a reseller and implementation partner for IQGeo in Europe with a dedicated focus on the water utility industry.
Fuji Tecom is a reseller and implementation partner for IQGeo in Japan with a dedicated focus on the utility industry.
NESIC is a system integrator in Japan that resells and implements IQGeo solutions for telecoms and utility network operators.
TIS provides consulting services in Japan for IQGeo solutions with a strong focus on the telecoms industry.
Central Service Association is a member-owned, 82-year old cooperative that provides state-of-the-art software solutions including GIS, MDM, CIS, ERP and more to public utilities.
Sis.Ter srl is an added value reseller and implementation partner for IQGeo in Italy, they provide geospatial and data visualization solutions.
These partner companies are trained to provide IQGeo product implementation and custom development services to our joint customers. Depending on project specific requirements, these services may be provided directly to the customer or in combination with IQGeo’s own service activities.
CGI provides implementation and development support services for IQGeo solutions that have included large customer deployments.
Gartrell Group provides management consulting and implementation services for IQGeo solutions on large and small customer deployments.
Geoplan is an long-standing partner with extensive experience customizing and deploying IQGeo software solutions for telecom and utility customers.
Praece Consulting provides implementation and development support services for IQGeo solutions with a focus on small and mid-sized telecoms deployments.
Geo&Web has extensive experience with the IQGeo Platform and provide integration and development services with customers in Europe and North America.
Frontier GeoTek provides implementation and development support services for IQGeo solutions with a focus on small and mid-sized telecoms deployments.
IQGeo has worked actively with these partner companies and can provide optimized hosting services to our customers deploying IQGeo software in the cloud.
Amazon - IQGeo has successfully deployed our software solutions for customers using Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Gartrell Group - Gartrell Group provides platform independent consulting and web hosting services for IQGeo solutions.
Google - IQGeo has successfully deployed our software solutions for customers using Google Cloud web hosting services.
Microsoft - IQGeo has successfully deployed our software solutions for customers using Microsoft’s Azure web hosting services.
IQGeo works together with these partners to integrate our software with their technology or have integrated their software into our own product and application environment. These partners also include technology certifications achieved by IQGeo. We work together with some technology partners to jointly sell and support combined solutions.
Atesio - Atesio works with IQGeo on the development of enterprise fiber planning solutions.
Geo&Web - Geo&Web is a long-standing IQGeo technology partner that provides co-development support in several key product areas.
Google - The IQGeo Platform supports Google Maps services such as Base Maps, Search and Street View functionality for those customers that choose to use Google’s map capabilities.
Microsoft - The IQGeo Platform supports Bing Maps services such as Base Maps and Search functionality for those customers that choose to use Microsoft’s map capabilities.
OpenStreetMap - The IQGeo Platform supports the open map data from OpenStreetMap for those customers that choose to use this map capability. Unlike Microsoft and Google maps, OpenStreetMap services support offline map access.
Oracle - IQGeo partners with Oracle Utilities to offer streamlined integration with the Oracle Field Services Cloud (OFSC) product to enable and end-to-end digital workflow for construction, maintenance, and service orders.
Overstory - Overstory provides real time vegetation intelligence at scale to utilities to prevent wildfires and power outages, enabling smarter infrastructure management and safer communities.
The open source model underpins the IQGeo software development philosophy and is a major differentiator when compared to many of our competitors that have a very traditional, proprietary software approach. Our current product offering includes more than 80 open source components. Below is a short list of some of the most strategic open source technology components that contribute to the IQGeo solution portfolio.
Apache Cordova - IQGeo uses the Apache Cordova environment to enable cross-platform mobile development that provides simultaneous support for different operating systems and devices.
GeoServer - IQGeo provides optional support for the powerful, high-performance GeoServer geospatial server platform within the IQGeo Platform.
Linux - IQGeo supports open source Linux environments in addition to the Microsoft Windows operating system.
PostGIS / PostgreSQL - PostGIS and PostgreSQL provide an industry leading geospatial database management system that is used by the IQGeo Platform.
SpatiaLite / SQLite - SpatiaLite and SQLite are used as the mobile geospatial database for the IQGeo Platform.
IQGeo has successfully integrated areas of our software portfolio with software and hardware technology from these companies to deliver complete solutions for our customers. Please contact us if you have questions about technology integrations that are not on this list.
|Company name||Product integrations|
|Cable Data||Cable Data|
|Cheetah Technologies||POM and Alpha transponders|
|Cyclomedia||Geocyclorama, Street Smart|
|Digimondo||IoT Platform Niota|
|Esri||ArcGIS, ArcFM, Esri REST Services, Esri Utility Network|
|Here Technologies||Here Maps|
|Hexagon / Intergraph||G/Technology Suite|
|Netcracker||Digital OSS, Digital BSS|
|Nimble This||PNM Suite|
|Zenner IoT||Element IoT|
The IQGeo team strives to set the highest possible standards for operational efficiency and IT security. The certifications below are a reflection of IQGeo’s commitment to professional best practices that provide direct business benefits and peace of mind to our customers, partners, and investors.
ISO 27001 is the international standard that describes a risk-based best practice for Information Security Management Systems (ISMS). IQGeo was granted ISO 27001 certification on 2022.
All IQGeo reseller and OEM partners have access to our password protected IQGeo partner resource center. Available resources include the latest IQGeo collateral, branding materials and guidelines, and promotional program opportunities to assist with their sales and marketing activities.
We have provided this resource center for advisory board members to share information and drive best practices. All Advisory Board members have access to our password protected resource center.
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October 19 - 21, 2022
Grand Hyatt Hotel, Denver, CO, USA
Now in its eighth year running, the IQGeo Meetup attracts fiber, telecom, and utility operators from across North America and further afield. It is a unique forum to share experiences and learn from industry colleagues.Find out more