The company was founded in 1997 and offers consulting, design, research and training in the field of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and issues related to knowledge management mainly applied to business intelligence, the global management of assets and geostatistical analysis and GIS analysis.Our customers are PAL, Industry, Services, Research, Study Centres
We also promotes research and training aimed at companies and governments for the acquisition of the latest Information & Communication Technology solutions in the field of GIS.Sis.Ter offers companies a technological partnership, supported by our thorough knowledge of the most recent innovations in informatics:

  • ESRI, Autodesk, GIS, GVSIG, OpenJump
  • Database Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL
  • Linguaggi PHP, SVG, .NET, C#Sharp, Python

and by more than 100 databases at our disposal, such as:

  • Infocommercio
  • OpenstreetMAP
  • ISTAT
  • Agenzia del territorio
SIS.TER was created in 1997. We offer consultancy, design, research and training services in the fields of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Knowledge Management, mainly in connection with assets management and geomarketing analysis.
We also promote research and training for businesses and public bodies, aimed at acquisition of the most recent Information & Communication Technologies in the field of GIS.
Sis.Ter offers companies a technological partnership, supported by our thorough knowledge of the most recent innovations in informatics:

* ESRI, Autodesk, GIS, GVSIG, OpenJump
* Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL databases
* PHP, SVG, .NET, C#Sharp, Python languages;

and by more than 100 databases at our disposal, such as:

The Code of Ethics

The Code of Ethics represents the formalization of the values and principles, already rooted in corporate culture of Sis-Ter and is a statement of corporate values and the rights, duties and responsibilities of of Sis-Ter compared to all those it comes in relation to the attainment of its objects.
The Code of Ethics also sets standards of reference and rules of conduct that should guide the behavior and activities of those working under Sis-Ter: directors, staff or employees.