SADA ramps up Google Maps consulting services

A top-level cloud partner for both Microsoft and Google, the 13-year-old integrator aims to help businesses better visualize geospatial data.

SADA Systems, an enterprise level Google partner that reported about $20 million in revenue during 2012, is expanding its services around the Google Maps for Business cloud service.

The new offerings include include visualization solutions that leverage geospatial data to improve workforce efficiency or provide real-time visibility into the location of mobile workers, customization work for Google Maps API for Business, and integration services that link CRM applications and data with Google Maps Coordinate.

"These new solutions will enable SADA to fulfill the needs of various stakeholders, from IT to marketing and sales, to gain more insights and make better decisions," said Tony Safoian, CEO of SADA Systems, in the press release about the new services.

SADA Systems was founded in 2000 and was one of the first 10 Google Enterprise partners. (It was the 2012 North America Innovation Partner of the Year). It is also a Microsoft Gold partner (since 2003) and one of the first traditional VARs to become part of the giant software company's Cloud Accelerate Partner program. 

The company, based in North Hollywood, Calif., almost doubled its revenue between 2011 and 2012. It has migrated more than 4 million users to Google cloud offerings.