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Boundless Desktop: a native, cross-platform desktop GIS built upon proven open source software including: QGIS, PgAdmin, Qt Designer, and Python. Build maps, manage data, model and analyze, and disseminate results easily with users from around the globe. With an annual enterprise subscription available to organizations, we’ve made it easier to work with open GIS in a supported environment.


Boundless Desktop Features
  • Annual enterprise subscriptions provide organizations product support
  • 600+ plugins including Boundless Lessons
  • Access to Boundless Connect online platform
  • Build and manage geographic data
  • Native cross-platform workspace – your system, your needs
  • Automate workflows – export and share easily
  • Access to Premium Imagery and Basemaps




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  • All Basic user benefits plus
  • Direct access to and support for a robust plugin library, including: MIL-STD 2525, Boundless Terrain Analysis, and hundreds more
  • Direct Technical Support
  • Access to premium basemaps*
  • Expert training to minimize time to value
  • Integration package access and support

*Subject to terms and conditions


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Boundless Q2 GIS Newsletter

Big things are on the way at Boundless that you won’t want to miss! Read what’s new with Boundless and the GIS community, in our GIS newsletter. Get the latest GIS news with special insider information.

New releases, new products and features, expanded services and launches. We invite you to stay tuned & get in on the action! Can’t wait? As a reader of our newsletter, here’s some insider’s info: premium tools (basemaps!) and services (mobile!)

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Maintenance Release For All Boundless Desktop GIS Users

Boundless Desktop GIS users, take note: we have just posted a maintenance release, Desktop 1.0.1 for Mac, on our downloads page. Desktop 1.0.1 for Windows users will be posted next week. The release primarily addresses an issue with launching QGIS after upgrading your macOS from version 10.12.3 to 10.12.4. Apple released the update on March

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