Norcross, Georgia, October 1, 2011 –Dataforensics, LLC welcomes Groundwater Solutions, providers of quality hydrogeological expertise and services, as a reseller partner. Based in Shrewsbury, Shropshire United Kingdom, Groundwater Solutions resells the Dataforensics products PLog, PLog Environmental and Rapid CPT. Additionally, Groundwater Solutions supports integration of data collected with PLog Environmental into the EScIS software program ESdat.
“We’re excited about our new partnership with Groundwater Solutions and the opportunity to bring PLog Environmental and ESdat to the UK market. We have received many inquires from companies in the UK and look forward to better serving clients using Dataforensics and ESciS software to better meet their clients’ needs to deliver a quality product.” said Scott Deaton, President of Dataforensics.
Groundwater Solutions will offer sales and and service to its clients who want to purchase PLog, PLog Environmental and ESdat. PLog and PLog Environmental are PDA or Tablet PC based borehole, well and environmental logging software. The software program ESdat is an environmental data management system designed for use by consultants and site managers.
About Groundwater Solutions
Groundwater Solutions is an independent consultancy based in Shrewsbury, Shropshire and was established in 2010 to provide superior quality hydrogeological expertise and services. Its founder, Jamie Blackwell, is a Chartered Geologist and has over 12 years of experience as a practicing hydrogeologist and geologist in the UK and abroad. For more information, please visit www.groundwatersolutions.co.uk
Dataforensics is a leader in deploying software applications that serve as core components for data and personnel management within geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering. Our solutions enable efficient, timely and accurate assessments. The resulting assessments are used to support analysis and design activities by the engineering and construction industries, as well as federal, state and local government organizations. For more information, please visit www.dataforensics.net