Members


As a pioneer in the business mapping solutions and spatial information industry, MapXL is a proud member of the esteemed organizations mentioned below, which not only reflects our willingness to strive for excellence but also adds effectively to our global presence. With a vision to be the best information resource on India ever, we are dedicated to the cause of achieving the highest quality standards and serving our clients in an innovative and effective manner.


International Map Trade Association (IMTA) The International Map Trade Association (IMTA) is a pioneering global organization committed to the commercial promotion of global mapping and spatial information industry. The organization is divided under several key regions globally, of which the Asia Pacific division is headed by Mr Manvinder Singh, who is also the President of MapXL, Mapping division of Compare Infobase Ltd. Aimed at bringing together people and institutions involved in providing spatial information related products and services, IMTA also acts as a unique global platform for its members willing to exchange information and ideas related to the mapping industry. One of the key objectives of the organization includes enhancing popular awareness of the industry by means of collection and dissemination of spatial information statistics.


National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM)The National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM) is a not-for profit organization established for promotion of software and services industry in India. With over 1100 members globally, including more than250 leading global companies from the US, UK , Japan and other countries, The organization is one of the foremost promoters of global free trade policies. With a vision to establish India as the undisputed leader in the global software and IT industry, the global trade body is also committed to promotion of world class management practices and unparalleled quality standards both in the areas of research and commerce.


Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is a non-government, not for profit organization dedicated to the cause of promoting sustainable growth and competitive standards of the Indian industry as a whole. The organization acts as the country's premier business association with a direct membership of over 6300 organizations and an indirect membership of over 90,000 firms from both the public as well as private sectors in India. CII works closely with the government to effect necessary industry related policy changes and facilitates expansion of business opportunities across the entire spectrum of Indian industries through a specialized range of services and global business linkages.
     


     

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