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Spatial Dimension Expands to Help Large Private Landowners with Lease Management

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Spatial Dimension Expands to Help Large Private Landowners with Lease Management

Spatial Dimension is excited to announce their growing international market presence with their first deployment of the FlexiCadastre enterprise land and agreement management solution at a large private landowner in North America.

“FlexiCadastre is ideally suited to help companies and other owners of vast land assets manage revenue opportunities from royalties generated through lease agreements on their land holdings, whether for oil & gas, mineral, construction materials, renewable energy or other land use rights. In addition helping track the financial obligations of these leases, our powerful workflow-based approach also addresses managing the production, reporting, compliance, auditing and approval realities of these agreements; the essence of a true integrated governance, risk management and compliance (GRC) solution for land assets,” said Mike Baumgartner, Spatial Dimension’s Managing Director for Canada. 

“Spatial Dimension and their award winning FlexiCadastre product are a flagship partner and key solution provider for Esri in the extractive resource space. With their unparalleled experience helping the world’s leading mining companies manage their land rights and agreement obligations using enterprise GIS and a web-based workflow approach, we are confident their expansion into helping other companies with large land assets manage their leased rights will be a successful one – I look forward to continuing our support of Spatial Dimension in this exciting new chapter of their business” added Geoff Wade, Natural Resources Manager at Esri.

“Over the past decade, FlexiCadastre has become the solution of choice for land management within large multinational mining companies across the globe. It makes sense that companies from other industries holding large land portfolios leverage this experience to derive maximum revenue opportunity from their assets,” concluded Mr Baumgartner.

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