Thursday, October 16, 2008
Geographic Technologies Group (GTG ) was selected for multiple software contracts including: City of Elk Grove, California—purchased five (5) seats of LGviewer, one (1) seat of LGaddress for public administration, and one (1) seat of LG Work Orders. City of Lufkin, Texas—upgrading from LGdispatch to LGdispatch Community Connect. City of Bolingbrook, Illinois—purchased three (3) additional licenses of LGmobile. City of Folsom, California—upgrading from LGdispatch to LGdispatch Community Connect, purchased 40 seats of LGmobile Community Connect and one (1) seat of LGroute. St. Mary’s County, Maryland—purchased two (2) additional seats of LGdispatch Community Connect. City of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma—purchased one (1) seat of the LG Community Maintenance module. Virginia Commonwealth University—purchased five (5) seats of LGcrimes. City of Cocoa, Florida—purchased LG Geo Blade Viewer and one (1) seat of LGaddress for land management. City of St. Cloud, Florida—migrating existing GIS applications to ArcGIS Server. City of Great Falls, Montana—migrating existing GIS applications to ArcGIS Server.
The City of Jacksonville, North Carolina selected GTG to implement the ArcGIS Server software suite.
The City of Winston-Salem/ Forsyth County, North Carolina selected GTG to develop a GIS Enterprise Strategic Plan.
GTG will be presenting the GIS Manager’s Workshop at several upcoming GIS conferences. Visit www.geotg.com/training for a complete schedule.
GTG is pleased to welcome Matthew McLamb to their North Carolina corporate office as a Marketing Technician.
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