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Nigeria’s Polaris Digitech becomes a reseller for ImStrat Corporation

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Nigeria’s Polaris Digitech becomes a reseller for ImStrat Corporation’s Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Training Programs

ImStrat Corporation is pleased to announce the expansion of its Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance training services offering within Africa by establishing a reseller agreement with Nigeria’s Polaris Digitech. The company will be ImStrat Corporation’s authorized Nigerian business partner for ISR training programs and individual courses. .

“Polaris Digitech has strong relationships with national and local government agencies and departments and has developed a solid reputation. We are looking forward to working with Polaris and building on our mutual synergies and success” says founder and President Tom.Last

According to CEO of Polaris Digitech, Niyi Okuboyejo, “We are excited about this new relationship which strategically positions us to provide world class Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) support services to defence and security organizations in Nigeria. Building personnel capacity at this point in time is a necessity and there is undoubtedly an opportune gap that must be filled as a complement to the GIS services, which we currently provide across all sectors of the Nigerian economy.

ImStrat Corporation is a privately held Canadian defence company that has been providing Intelligence and Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) Analysis training to both Canadian and international military personnel since 1997. ImStrat’s personnel come from Canadian and European NATO military backgrounds. Our programs and training courses follow Canadian military and NATO standards. We continue to meet our demanding ongoing annual and multi- year training commitments to our clients with the highest professional standards. Whether your organization requires the development of a GEOINT capability or annual customized courses such as UAV imagery analysis, we can accommodate your specific training requirements