Whose land is it anyway?

July 9, 2015
Christopher Barlow

….Data and analytics giant Thomson Reuters has set the bar with its proprietary land information system to streamline land management and registration in developing countries. Land deeds, often scratches of paper that can be misplaced or damaged, are now being digitized and archived in government databases using Thomson Reuters’ Aumentum system.   Read more in Devex.


Christopher Barlow
Director, Strategic Relations & Communications

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