A Few Words About Us

Anantics is a leading provider of information technology solutions, encompassing IT, GIS, GPS, SaaS, RFID RTLS, IoT, BI and managed Software Services. As a GSA Schedule IT 70 holder and SBA 8(a) certified company, we're able to deliver federal, state and local customer agencies the tools and expertise needed to shorten procurement cycles, ensure compliance and obtain the best value for innovative technology products, services and solutions.

Anantics extends unique solution offerings through the strategic partnerships with Esri, Microsoft, Qlik, Mojix, Alien, Quest, Omni-ID and Milestone. Anantics assesses, designs, develops and maintains the custom solutions which requires us to blend tools and technologies from multiple software and hardware vendors besides custom programming and services. We are committed to deliver greater value by providing the highest quality technology solutions and services, while developing a business relationship that is based on mutual trust and success.

Anantics solutions enable IoT and deep analytics integrated with edge and cloud computing. We develop custom interfaces through secured RESTful APIs with JSONized i/o which can be seamlessly integrated with your software and hardware. Our extensive geospatial and information technologies expertise played key role in developing niche products, geoCallout® and GeoMobix®.

Company's Timeline


July: Anantics starts the second phase software development of Rules Engine for Open Dealer Exchange (ODE). Rules Engine for ODE hosted Contract Data Validation encompasses rule screen designs, rule definitions, rule criteria, rule processing, and messaging components to process Contract Data Validation on behalf of external finance sources (or lenders) and return validation results to the car dealers.

June: Anantics starts asset tracking project for Ball Aerospace in Colorado through fixed and mobile/handheld RFID readers with custom software solution for multiple choke-points in their warehouse.

May: Anantics partners with G-Medical Innovations to bring digital health monitoring systems and biosensor embedded solutions in the marketplace.

April: Anantics starts its subsidiary in India as "Anantics India Private Limited" in Jaipur, Rajasthan for growing needs in IoT industry and applications among the smart cities.

March: Anantics starts the development of Micro Services based Angular Development in Kubernetes & Docker environment for Permitting System in partnership with Microtek Software.

February: Our company (Superior Information Technologies, LLC. dba ANANTICS) becomes SBA 8(a) Certified by Small Business Administration.


January: Our company (Superior Information Technologies, LLC. dba ANANTICS) becomes GSA Schedule IT 70 holder for 132-41 and 132-51 SINs.


November: Anantics as short-listed vendor presents RFID based tracking and inventory control to Westchester Medical Center in New York.

October: AGC Glass selects Anantics to setup handheld based asset tracking and data integration with their enterprise systems.

September: Anantics starts the GPS data collection and its data processing through GeoMobix for GLWA (Great Lakes Water Authority) in the partnership of Lakeshore Global.

August: AECOM starts using the geoCallout software under concurrent licensing. Open Dealer Exchange (ODE) selects Anantics to design and develop its Business Rules Engine to validate and process Contract Data for vehicle purchase or lease.

July: Net Shaped Solutions starts the evaluation of FreePoint Technologies based machine data collection.

June: Anantics sets up the RFID based asset tracking at Ball Aerospace's single warehouse in Colorado as POC.

May: Chargello in Mexico starts using GeoMobix to collect data for phone operators.

April: geoCallout is being utilized now at Trinity Source Group.

March: Provides RFID and smart camera based solutions to Department of Justice in Trinidad & Tobago. Partners with LGC Global for inspecting water blow-off valves and discharge points to collect mobile GPS field data collection utilizing GeoMobix and Trimble devices.

February: Starts DelDOT's OOARS solution's second phase where permits and proposed routes can be directly provided to haulers as part of automated process.

January: geoCallout is being used now at Kleinfelder. Provides spatial conflation services for wastewater manholes to GLWA.


December: geoCallout is upgraded with new features, such as Hide Header (Summary field), Access definition query, Create a new field by combining any two fields’ values and it will calculate the new field value, Apply field value replacement configuration on specific output field, Keep existing geoCallout tables from previous run, works in between several runs, Save generated geoCallout tables as JPEG image file.

November: Partners with FreePoint Technologies to implement Machines Heartbeats sensing and provide needed analytics encompassing availability, performance and quality KPIs.

September: geoCallout is being used now at AECOM. Partners with Rescue Trek for NOAA project tasks.

August: geoCallout is upgraded with new features; encompassing transparency option in cells, multiple input data sources, queries, etc. to further enhance its productivity.

July: Starts the GPS field data collection, differential correction and its GIS readiness in the city of Detroit for Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) manholes in partnership with IPR. This project will utilize Trimble GNSS Geo7X receiver along with in-house product solution GeoMobix.

June: Starts the design and development of Oversize Overweight Automated Routing System (OOARS) application for Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT), utilizing custom Network Analysis and Map Feature services. OOARS application will be responsive and cross-platform compliant, built upon Esri’s ArcGIS API for JavaScript and the technology stack utilizing tools and software from Esri, Microsoft and open web standards.

May: geoCallout is being used now at Antea Group, SME and ATC Associates. Becomes partner with Omni-ID.

April: Partners with Advanced Digital Systems and Rapid Federal to respond on DelDOT's OOARS.

March: Superior Information Technologies starts doing business as (d/b/a) ANANTICS.

February: United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) approves trademark registration of GeoMobix.

January: Upgrades geoCallout to become compatible with ArcGIS Desktop 10.5.


December: Starts the enhancement to Concrete Testing Application as per the new requirements in Michigan.

November: Deploys HEDIS application at Total Health Care.

October: Completes multiple enhancements to GeoMobix Enterprise Solution.

September: US Army Corps of Engineers - Omaha District awards BPA call to provide Ortho-rectification and mosaicizing image product of the individual black and white (grayscale) tif images. The procedure involves importing the tif files, generating pyramid layers, measuring film fiducial marks, setting interior orientation, choosing and measuring control and tie pts, and performing block-triangulation within the Self Calibrating Bundle Adjustment (SCBA) algorithm.

August: United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) approves trademark registration of PublicBuddy.

July: US Army Corps of Engineers - Omaha District awards BPA call to provide GIS Services Support for developing and maintaining a multi-scale corporate GIS database compiled from a variety of sources, integrate GIS data into the existing corporate database, and ensure that Metadata is complete on all corporate data sets according to Federal Metadata standards.

June: Starts the specialized software development consulting services for Fraunhofer USA to customize the high-frequency laser machine images' frames analysis in real-time.

May: Signs MSA with W3R to develop Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) SaaS application and its integration with MI-HRA for Total Health Care (THC).

April: launches GeoMobix which is a secured cloud-based Software as a Service (SaaS) solution for mobile field data collection and its information analytics. It is a management tool which can be used in many industries as its information can be dynamically configured as per the industry's specific application.

March: Develops ValuBilder for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) which is a secured cloud-based dashboard for advanced information analytics to display metrics for Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) and Total Effective Equipment Performance (TEEP). ValuBilder will become integral part of IoT (Internet of Things) and Big Data solutions for FCA suppliers.

February: PublicBuddy is being used now by Central De Alarmas Zeus for hundreds of SEARS-Mexico stores, offices and warehouses. Enterprise PublicBuddy™ SaaS solution will bring efficiency and productivity among its personnel as real-time field data will be readily accessed by managers in real-time. The data can be analyzed by various means involving simple search through complex spatial queries, and queried data can be exported in multiple formats.


December: geoCallout is fully functional now for Esri ArcGIS 10.4 Desktop with many enhancements. geoCallout works on multiple versions of ArcGIS Desktop (version 10.0, 10.1, 10.2.2, 10.3 and 10.4).

October: PublicBuddy crosses the national boundaries of USA and now it is being utilized in Mexico for multiple entities such as Policia (Police - Preventive and crime related), Transito (Traffic or transit), OAPAS Sistema de Aguas y alcantarillado (Water supply and sanitation system), etc.

September: Starts the design and development of Seasonal Summary Tool (SST) for NOAA as sub-contractor to Quantum Spatial. SST will be developed using Python and ArcPy for ArcGIS Desktop and it will allow stakeholders to identify areas and times (or seasons) and produce on the fly atlas style maps. This tool will also be used to create a series of digital maps that can then be printed and bound to create the hard copy Atlas for ESI (Environmental Sensitivity Index) maps that is then used by stakeholders for planning and response purposes.

July: SynTerra Corporation procures Seat License of geoCallout Add-In tool for Esri's ArcGIS for Desktop 10.3.1.

May: Arcadis US procures Seat License of geoCallout Add-In tool for Esri's ArcGIS Desktop

April: Somat contracts to design, develop, test and deploy the new, fully operational web-based Concrete Testing Application which is compatible with all leading web-browsers, and is securely accessible from all locations on a variety of devices as responsive design. Superior IT is utilizing Microsoft's ASP.NET MVC 5, Razor, Bootstrap and SQL Server 2014 technologies for development purposes in Windows Server's hosting environment.

March: AMEC Foster Wheeler procures Seat License of geoCallout Add-In tool for Esri's ArcGIS Desktop.

February: Deploys the Hybrid Mobile App for Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) in Perris, California which works on iOS and Android based smart devices along with leading web-browsers. This application is developed utilizing Geocortex Essentials 4.0, Geocortex Viewer for HTML5 2.0 in Esri's ArcGIS Server environment. This application outfits various features and functionalities, such as Identify (tap/click event) on the map feature displays a callout with respective attributes information from the published map service's respective map layer.

January: Selected by City of Fairview in Oregon through a competitive process to provide as-needed GIS Mapping and Development services for 3 years.


December: Quantum Spatial contracts multiple GIS application development projects to Superior IT, involving Flex and JavaScript API based web mapping applications for electric transmission related data. It involves utilizing technologies from multiple software vendors such as Esri, Microsoft, Sencha, Adobe, etc. along with open source technologies, such as JavaScript APIs.

November: City of Coldwater in Michigan awards to develop advanced flex widgets for its online Map Viewer utilizing Esri ArcGIS Server 10.2.2 and ArcGIS API for Flex 3.6.

October: Awarded by Eastern Municipal Water District in California through a competitive process to provide professional GIS services for two years.

September: Gets GIS BPA Call Order from US Army Corps of Engineers - Omaha District for Editing Navigation Structure Database and building one consolidated geodatabase.

August: Kalkaska County in Michigan procures Seat License of geoCallout Add-In tool.

July: Delhi Charter Township and Leelanau County in Michigan procures Seat License of geoCallout Add-In tool.

June: Iowa Department of Transportation (IDOT) selects as pre-qualified GIS vendor.

May: US Army Corps of Engineers - Omaha District awards 5 years BPA for GIS Services.

March: Starts the development of PublicBuddy - a secured cloud-based Software as a Service (SaaS) solution for mobile field data collection and its information analytics.

February: HDR procures Concurrent License of geoCallout Add-In tool along with Concurrent License Manager.


December: Starts geospatial web application project using Esri JavaScript REST API in ArcGIS Server 10.2 environment. This solution will provide one-stop shopping experience for state citizens wishing to apply for various permits, such as Inland Fishing Tournament / Derby Permit, Marine Fish Tournament Registration, Marine Event Permit, Special Regulations on Association Controlled Waters, Private Waters Registration, and Importation and Liberation Permit for Fish and/or Eggs.

November: Braun Intertec procures Seat License of geoCallout Add-In tool.

October: Parsons procures geoCallout licenses along with Concurrent License Manager.

September: geoCallout is ready now for ArcGIS Desktop 10.2 as well and it also has updated Licensing Manager.

August: Starts the technology infrastructure support consulting at Oakland County in Michigan.

July: United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) approves trademark registration of geoCallout.

May: Starts meshing the technologies from Esri and Information Builders to develop geospatial application embedded with advanced Business Intelligence functionalities. Leading products are utilized in this solution, such as, ArcGIS Server 10.1, ArcSDE, Oracle, WebFocus, iWay Sofware Solutions, etc.

February: Starts multiple IT tasks on ConveyorWare which can perform all functions of business distribution software, including Purchase Orders, Inventory Control (including bar codes and locator warehouse mgmt), Customer Management, Credit Management, Order Management, Territory & Sales Commissions, Point of Sale (POS), Fulfillment (parcel/common carrier shipping), Accounts Receivable, Returns & Warranty Processing, Sales Analysis, Accounts Payable, General Ledger & Financial Statements.

January: Improves geoCallout with added custom styling and its workability with Esri ArcGIS Desktop 10 and 10.1 versions. Its trial version is also available for end user's interaction and usability assessment.


November: Starts the development of JavaScript API based GeoViewer with modern geospatial toolsets, widgets and rich visuals. This smart viewer will also be compatible with mobile devices.

October: Productizes geoCallout as an ArcGIS Desktop Add-In which produces smart callouts encompassing tabular data, with the custom leader-lines attached to respective map features. geoCallout works for any geometry and reading data from shapefiles and file geodatabase.

September: Completes the development of GIS application for NCVAS in the Department of Veterans Affairs.

August: Starts the development for Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) application for a large gas distribution company in St. Louis, Missouri. This application extends the reach of geospatial application integration with IBM Maximo.

July: Completes the development of ArcGIS for Desktop Add-In to conflate the geometries of MetroFiber against the base layers of all United States streets and railroads.

March: Concludes the development of an open-source technologies based GIS application to track vehicles in real-time, along with access to their historical location and automobile diagnostics data.

January: Starts the development on GIS modules for OD Matrix which links to LLamasoft's Supply Chain software package


November: Signs GIS development services contract with GeoNexus Technologies to spearhead its work and asset management application efforts.

October: Starts web development project for Secure Planning Strategies to create a context-based application to highlight benefits and relevant information for persons with disabilities and special needs in all US states.

August: Becomes qualified IT Vendor for the State of Michigan's ReSTART Program.

April: Partners with Altarum Institute to provide professional GIS consulting and development services for US Veteran Affairs.

January: Upgrades the complete network and hardware infrastructure at Secure Planning Strategies, along with their CRM system and Financial Planning Software.


December: Develops custom software application for Arsanos Construction, MI

October: Becomes qualified IT vendor with Oakland County, MI.

July: Develops chem-box creation tool for Arcadis which consists of detailed entry screens allowing users to enter locations, dates, depths and analyte levels. They were then able to extract all results, compare these to various environmental criteria, import detailed analyte exceedence, locations and values, display the data results, color code and format the data and link via leader lines in ArcMap to the affected area.

May: Develops mobile GIS messaging system handling 411 calls for the Town of Fishers, IN.

March: Develops Finance Management System for Secure Planning Strategies, MI.

January: Partners with GeoNexus to develop Flex Map Viewer and Oracle Utilities Work and Asset Management (WAM) integration services to Veolia Water, IN


December: Becomes a Qualified IT Vendor for Wayne County, MI..

November: Creates GIS Map Viewer for Gulfport-Biloxi Airport, MS.

October: Develops GIS Flex Application for Vanderbilt University, TN.

September: Upgrades Secure Planning Strategies's IT infrastructure.

September: Upgrades Yaldo Eye Center's IT infrastructure.

August: Superior Information Technologies was founded in Michigan, USA.