con terra GmbH, a leading provider of GIS software and professional services in Europe, and GEO Jobe GIS, creator of Admin Tools for ArcGIS and leading experts on ArcGIS Enterprise, today announced a partnership that makes security.manager – ArcGIS Edition available to the North American market and beyond.
security.manager extends the security model of ArcGIS, allowing GIS Administrators to define permissions not just at the service level, but also to allow authorization of content at the layer-, feature-, and even spatial level. You stay in control of the level of information provided to individual users, meaning you can provide different groups with varying levels of access to a single service, greatly reducing the efforts and costs required to achieve your goals.
Speaking of the new partnership, Christian Elfers, Director of the con terra Technologies Division said “GEO Jobe is a well-established, and well-respected member of the Esri partner community, so we are very excited to build this partnership with them. They considerably extend the reach of our partner network and make it easier for customers in North America to gain access to our software.”
David Hansen, Chief Operating Officer of GEO Jobe said the following regarding the partnership ” GEO Jobe is extremely excited to engage in this partnership with con terra. The security.manager product is an excellent fit for our existing userbase of GIS Administrators and power-users. This is an excellent opportunity for both GEO Jobe and con terra.”
Learn more about security.manager for ArcGIS at the 2018 ESRIUC by visiting with con terra or GEO Jobe on the exhibition hall floor. See more in 10 reasons to visit with GEO Jobe at ESRIUC
We are proud to announce a new partnership with @GEOJobeGIS, a talented and respected @Esri partner, which now makes it easier for customers in North America to get access to security.manager – ArcGIS Edition. Come talk to either of us at the #EsriUC!https://t.co/W14DyKc7jy pic.twitter.com/uHq2ioFOKc
— con terra (@conterra) June 21, 2018