Engage Kartoza to analyse and document your problems, design and implement solutions and offer expert advice
We offer support packages for a range of FOSS GIS software as well as for any solution or implementation that we have delivered.
Kartoza is the first organisation to our knowledge to provide QGIS and other FOSS GIS commercial support for businesses and individuals across South Africa and the rest of Africa.
Our Maintenance plan will help ensure your system is running, up-to-date, backed up and secure at all times.
We will spend that time on a regular basis monitoring and tending to your system, undertaking scheduled activities like upgrading, backups or database replication and responding to unscheduled incidents such as high loads or system outages.
We offer hosting packages on the Hetzner.de cloud, where the cost of the package depends on the size and number of hosts, the amount of storage required, etc.
Choose one of our predefined packages if you know what you need or get in touch via the contact form with your requirements and we’ll tailor a package to you.
Kartoza (and its forerunners Linfiniti and Afrispatial) has been delivering projects using open source GIS since 2008. We rely on QGIS and other high-quality GIS software for our consultancy services. Gavin Fleming (MSc; GISc Professional Practitioner) and Tim Sutton (MA GIS) each have over twenty years experience in the GIS and software industries as well as in several vertical domains and market segments, including natural resource management, disaster management, land information, biodiversity and conservation, mining, agriculture and more.
Use our consulting services to get expert advice or our software development services to build a solution
Prices shown include 15% VAT
- Professional software development by experienced and qualified developers including computer scientists and engineers.
- Strict coding standards, version control (CVS) with git, thorough testing
- Properly managed software development lifecycle
- Agile project management
- You get all the code or it is released as open source, so no black box or vendor lock-in