“This partnership will combine our extensive Maximo expertise with 3-GIS’ mobile GIS platform to deliver an interactive field experience with Maximo and clients’ GIS system. The market demand is substantial for a solution addressing this requirement. We believe the combination will be a success and will add value to our customers and market base.” says George Lowry, President Cohesive Information Solutions.

“I’m very pleased with the development of the Cohesive/3-GIS partnership and what it can mean to our current and future clients. Maximo continues to be the de-facto asset management standard,” added Tom Counts, President 3-GIS. He continued, “With 3-GIS’ steadily growing client-base, the Cohesive partnership cements the positioning of our enterprise GIS with the incredibly strong back-office Maximo provides.”

About Cohesive Information Solutions
Cohesive Information Solutions, Inc., with its operations center in Kennesaw, Georgia, provides business transformation and consulting services enabling organizations to achieve higher ROI from their assets and the software technology used to manage and maintain those assets. Cohesive is a top provider of business process and enterprise management consulting to asset intensive industries and the number one reseller of IBM Maximo for North American Commercial Accounts. Cohesive professionals have been serving clients since 1990 and specialize in Maximo software sales and deployments. For more information, visit http://www.cohesivesolutions.com/

About 3-GIS
3-GIS is a leading innovator of smart geospatial solutions and proud recipient of the 2011 Esri Partner’s Choice Award and the Esri Private Web Application Award. 3-GIS’ software for desktop and field use, takes complex GIS information and makes it simple to understand and fast to access from every level of the enterprise. Visit http://www.3-gis.com/

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