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PelicanCorp Announces Integration with The Spatial Distillery Co.

Interoperability Boosts the Quality of Spatial, Location and Underground Infrastructure Data

Melbourne, Australia – March 11, 2022  PelicanCorp Inc., the global leader in underground assets damage prevention solutions, today announces the integration of its solutions with the SmartInventory Fibre platform from The Spatial Distillery Co. to form the most comprehensive asset location and damage prevention services in the world.

PelicanCorp has a 40+ year history in providing software and services to utilities, asset owners and the global Before You Dig/One Call industry. With an expansive network of partners and an active global customer base, PelicanCorp is always on the lookout for methods to increase awareness, improve information exchange, and assist with re-engineering processes. PelicanCorp's mission is to be the global leader in providing and delivering solutions and services that assist organizations in the protection of essential infrastructure and business continuity.

“With the huge growth in the number and amount of fibre we are seeing in Australia and New Zealand, it’s great to be working with Spatial Distillery to ensure our technology platforms can support the needs of the market,” said Nick Holly, Sales Director-APAC, PelicanCorp. “The ever-increasing dependency consumers and businesses have on these networks demand accurate records are built and maintained. This information must be able to be easily shared to ensure ongoing operations and data integrity. This is where our solutions combine to provide a turn-key approach to network management and protection.”

“Our SmartInventory Platform provides the latest cloud-based Physical Network Inventory solution to Australian fibre operators, making it faster and easier to plan, design & manage their fibre networks. Integration with PelicanCorp’s  asset protection platform ensures that our customers can quickly respond to DBYD requests, helping protect their assets,” said Nigel Lester, CEO, The Spatial Distillery Co. “PelicanCorp and The Spatial Distillery Co. working together help save time and streamline operations for our customers.”

The Spatial Distillery Co. has 25+ years’ experience in providing high-quality spatial data and location intelligence solutions along with expert advice and outstanding customer service. Located in Melbourne, Australia, Spatial Distillery specializes in GIS solutions for the Telecommunications & Public Sector.

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About The Spatial Distillery Co.

The Spatial Distillery Co. provides the highest quality spatial data and location intelligence solutions available, coupled with expert advice and outstanding customer service. Founded in Melbourne, Australia, Spatial Distillery has over 25 years’ experience in location intelligence for Retail, Telecommunications, Financial Services, Insurance, and the Public Sector. Spatial Distillery creates, sources, builds, and maintains boutique spatial data and location intelligence software to power your business and help organisations focus on their core business while Spatial distills the complex world of location intelligence and provides business ready software & data solutions. Learn more at

About PelicanCorp

PelicanCorp is the Global Leader in Damage Prevention Solutions built specifically for the protection of essential infrastructure. PelicanCorp connects people, applications, and devices through a unified platform to help industry professionals manage risk and build quality projects—safely, on time, and within budget. PelicanCorp has a diversified business model built on 40+ years of experience protecting billions of dollars of global assets. PelicanCorp is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, with offices and operations around the globe. Learn more at or follow PelicanCorp on LinkedIn.

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