Saturday, May 31, 2008
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®) was selected for multiple software contracts including:
Montgomery County, Tennessee—upgrading from LGdispatch to LGdispatch Community Connect and upgrading from LGmobile to LGmobile Community Connect.
City of Lacey, Washington—migrating to the ArcGIS Server environment.
City of Jacksonville, North Carolina—purchased the upgrade of nine (9) seats of LG Geo Blade Dispatch and 25 seats of LG Geo Blade Crimes.
City of Alexandria, Virginia—purchased 105 additional seats of LG Mobile Community Connect.
County of St. Clair, Michigan—purchased eight (8) seats of Geo Blade Dispatch.
City of West Sacramento, California—purchased one (1) seat of GeoManager.
Town of Nags Head, North Carolina—purchased on-site training.
City of Suffolk, Virginia—updating existing GIS software.
The City of Blue Springs, Missouri and Calvert County, Maryland chose GTG to launch a new Web portal using ArcGIS Server.
The Town of Davie, Florida chose GTG to implement GIS services suggested in their three-year implementation plan.
The City of Jacksonville, North Carolina chose GTG to perform a Rec Trac upgrade to ArcGIS Server.
Visit GTG’s website at www.geotg.com for the latest on upcoming GIS conferences. GTG will be present at the upcoming International HUG in Orlando. Visit their booth to win free prizes and software products.
GTG is pleased to announce the release of Geo Blade Community Maintenance, one of the blades, or additional functionalities, incorporated into the Geo Blade software suite. The Community Maintenance blade provides a mapping interface to visualize code inspections, community projects, and other activities related to community maintenance. Geo Blade Community Maintenance is ideal for local government planning and zoning professionals. For more information on Geo Blade Community Maintenance, as well as other available blades in the Geo Blade series, visit www.geotg.com/geoblade.html.
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