esri BeLux - Partner of EUROSENSE

esri BeLux                                               Phone: + 32 (0) 2 460 74 80
Nerviërslaan 54                                     Fax : +32 (0) 2 460 45 39
1780 WEMMEL                                       E-mail:
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ESRI BeLux N.V. is the official distributor of ESRI for Belgium and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The company was incorporated in May 1998, as an affiliate of ESRI Inc. (USA), Eurosense and Walphot. Eurosense is probably Europe's most prominent commercial remote sensing organization, with advanced large scale mapping and geographical image production facilities. For about 10 years, Eurosense and Walphot were subdistributor of ESRI GIS software. The GIS departments of Eurosense and Walphot were converted to ESRI Belux, so no GIS experience was lost. The direct relation with ESRI Inc. guaranties a fast and optimal support of our GIS users and provides access to the most recent developments in GIS technology.

ESRI BeLux has a large experience, not only in GIS, but also in geographical data, thanks to its relation with Eurosense. The company has a multidisciplined professional staff of about 40 highly skilled employees (geographers, GIS engineers, programmers, IT specialists).
ESRI BeLux has an ISO 9001 quality certificate.

ESRI BeLux is not only a software distributor, but offers a broad range of professional services, including requirement assessments, consulting services, system design and engineering, application design and development, database design, data conversion and integration, project management, implementation, custom training,...

ESRI Belux has a well organised helpdesk for customer support, that can be consulted during the office hours.

ESRI BeLux has a broad experience in GIS implementation, as well in public as in private organisations. In Belgium and the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg ESRI software is the GIS standard. ESRI has a reference list of about 400 clients, including national, regional, provincial and local administrations, universities, map providers such as TeleAtlas and the National Geographic Institute and a growing number of private companies (Proximus, Procter & Gamble, Petrofina,..).