GTG Press Releases

Manager's Workshop

04-18-08
Geographic Technologies Group’s (GTG) GIS Manager’s Workshop originally scheduled for May 7 will now take place on Sep. 3, 2008.  GTG rescheduled the workshop due to a scheduling conflict with the Washington URISA conference on May 6-7.


GeoBlade AVL

04-16-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG), a leading GIS solutions provider, is pleased to announce the release of GeoBlade AVL.  GeoBlade AVL is part of a family of “blades” incorporated into the GeoBlade toolset.  Blades are additional functionalities to the core viewer, specific to an agency’s departmental needs. 


Manager's Workshop

04-08-08
It’s not too late to sign up!  Registration remains open for Geographic Technologies Group, Inc.’s (GTG) upcoming GIS Manager’s Workshops in Olympia, Washington, on May 7.  This workshop is ideal for both GIS and IT professionals
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Multi-Clients

04-02-08
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®)
was selected for multiple software contracts including:  City of Bentonville, Arizona; City of Sierra Vista, Arizona; and the City of Naples, Florida.


Manager's Workshop

03-20-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
is offering their GIS Manager’s Workshop in West Sacramento, California, on Tuesday, July 8, 2008.


Manager's Workshop

03-18-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
is offering their GIS Manager’s Workshop in Olympia, Washington, on Wednesday, May 7, 2008.  This workshop is ideal for GIS Managers and IT Directors.


03-17-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) announces that St. Mary’s County, Maryland chose GTG to develop a master address data layer, focusing on the advancement of public safety related GIS data. 


03-11-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) continues its lead as a GIS provider to local government with their newly released GeoBlade Search & Rescue application.


03-07-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) recently visited Kissimmee, Florida offering their GIS Manager’s Workshop to GIS and IT managers. The Kissimmee workshop was the second in the series of workshops that Curt Hinton and David Holdstock, owners of GTG, will host during the year.


03-05-08
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®) was selected for multiple software contracts including: St. Mary’s County, Maryland; Whiteside County, Illinois; and the City of Joliet, Illinois.

St. Mary’s County, Maryland has chosen GTG to develop a master address data layer, focusing on the advancement of public safety related GIS data.

McHenry County, Illinois chose GTG to update address points and street centerlines, as well as to improve the reliability of emergency response services.

Goochland County, Virginia chose GTG to provide cleanup services and to update street centerlines.

The City of Suffolk, Virginia chose GTG to provide technical support services, as well as creation training using GeoBlade, GTG’s ArcGIS Server-based software application.


02-26-08
It’s not too late to reserve your spot! Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) is still accepting registration forms for their upcoming GIS Manager’s Workshops. GTG will be visiting Palm Beach, Florida on March 17 and Prince Frederick, Maryland on March 19. This workshop is ideal for GIS Managers and IT Directors.


02-17-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) has launched a new website. The URL for the new site is the same as the URL previously used by GTG, http://www.geotg.com.

“At GTG, we want to make our clients feel as comfortable as possible while inquiring about us on the web,” said Curt Hinton, CEO of GTG. “That is why we have improved our website to satisfy the needs of our current and future clients.”

The new website contains a wealth of information including products and services that GTG has to offer, case studies on how clients have used GIS to benefit their organizations, and up-to-date information regarding training opportunities with GTG.

“We are really excited about the launch of our new website. Its design is optimal for finding detailed and up-to-date information on all of our services, “stated Jessica Horton, Business Development Manager for GTG. “The newest addition to the site is our training page. We are planning to offer online training workshops in the summer, which will be accessed from this new site. It’s really exciting.” Other new features include a company profile, new product spotlights of GTG’s ArcGIS Server based product, GeoBlade, and product tutorials.


02-15-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) announces the recent addition
of Joe Renzetti, Training Center Manager, to their North Carolina corporate office. A graduate of Northern Illinois University, Joe interned with the Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission until he received a position with the City of Naperville, Illinois. There he gained experience as a GIS Specialist and GIS Coordinator. Joe worked closely with the Naperville Police Department and gained experience using GTG’s Public Safety software.

“My experience of serving the community in Naperville gave me a better understanding of more ways to become involved in GIS,” said Joe. “I was attracted to the Training Center Manager position because I have a desire to serve local governments, and it would allow me to expand my talent in teaching GIS.”

As Training Center Manager, Joe is responsible for the development of courses and training at GTG. He will also assist in project management, as well as support with ArcGIS Server installs.


02-13-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) is at the top of their game when it comes to GIS, and they are using their expertise to save time, money, and lives. Their newly released GeoBlade Crimes is guaranteed to make a difference in local government organizations across the nation.

GeoBlade Crimes is just one of the multitudes of “blades” incorporated into the GeoBlade toolset. Blades are additional functionalities to the core viewer, specific to an agency’s departmental needs. GeoBlade Crimes is designed to give Police and Sheriff Departments the ability to make intelligent decisions that will help make their city or county a safer place to live.

GeoBlade Crimes also gives public safety users the ability to create pin maps for incidents, accidents, arrests, citations, and sexual predators in a seamless GIS interface that directly connects to an organization’s Crime Record Management databases. This application gives users the ability to run geographic analysis for crime trends, generate high quality incident reports, and print maps with crime data.

GeoBlade Crimes is unique due to its ability to leverage any Crime RMS platform and the fact that it is built on the latest ESRI technology; this gives users a true return on investment that leverages their existing GIS and Crimes RMS platforms. GeoBlade Crimes is the bridge between these two applications that puts incident and GIS data in the hands of every public safety official.


02-07-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) is offering their GIS Manager’s Workshop in Olympia, Washington, on Wednesday, May 7, 2008. This workshop is ideal for GIS Managers and IT Directors. Olympia is the GIS hub of the northwest United States. The City is home to the Northwest Regional Office of ESRI, a business partner of GTG.


02-04-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) is offering their GIS Manager’s Workshop in Palm Beach, Florida, on Monday, March 17, 2008. It will be held at the Vista Center Complex. This workshop is ideal for GIS Managers and IT Directors.


02-01-08
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®) was selected for multiple software contracts including: The City of Leesburg, Florida; City of Sanford, Florida; City of Greenwich, Connecticut; City of Waco, Texas and Hallandale Beach, Florida.


01-30-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) is offering their popular GIS Manager’s Workshop in several cities nationwide in the upcoming months. Locations include Kissimmee, Florida on February 25; West Palm Beach, Florida on March 17; Prince Frederick, Maryland on March 19; and Olympia, Washington on May 7. The workshop is ideal for GIS Managers and IT Directors.


01-28-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) visited Pearland, Texas last week, offering their GIS Manager’s Workshop to GIS and IT managers. Pearland was the first of over ten cities where GTG is offering the workshop this year.


01-21-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) is offering their GIS Manager’s Workshop in Calvert County, Maryland on March 19, 2008, at the Calvert County Public Library at Prince Frederick. The workshop is ideal for all GIS Managers and IT Directors.


01-17-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) is offering their GIS Manager’s Workshop in Kissimmee, Florida on February 25, 2008, at the Kissimmee City Hall Commission Chambers. The workshop is ideal for all GIS Managers and IT Directors.

The GIS Manager’s Workshop was originally created for GTG’s grand opening in early December. The outpour of positive feedback prompted GTG’s owners, Curt Hinton and David Holdstock, to take the workshop on the road, further benefiting GIS professionals throughout the nation. Hinton and Holdstock plan on visiting over ten cities throughout the year.

Topics covered in the workshop include Managing GIS, The Governance of GIS, The Enterprise Implementation of GIS, and The Business Case for GIS.


01-14-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) announces the recent addition of Laurie Jackson, GIS Project Manager, to their North Carolina corporate office.


01-10-08
Mark your calendars! Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) is planning more training courses for 2008. Courses offered include; Introduction to ArcGIS I and II, department specific courses (GIS for Planning, GIS for Crime Analysis, GIS for Hazard Mitigation, etc.) and the popular GIS Manager’s Workshop that is now being offered nationwide.

Originally created for GTG’s grand opening in early December, the GIS Manager’s Workshop generated an incredible amount of interest, prompting GTG’s owners, Curt Hinton and David Holdstock, to take the workshop on the road. Hinton and Holdstock plan on visiting over ten cities throughout the year.

Also offered by GTG is ESRI certified ArcGIS I and II training. ArcGIS I will be offered September 15-16, and ArcGIS II will be offered September 22-24. Both courses will take place in GTG’s brand new, state-of-the-art training facility. The new training center accommodates up to ten students and is furnished with brand new computers available to each student.


01-07-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) has changed their Texas GIS Manager’s Workshop from Missouri City to the City of Pearland. The difference in distance between the two locations is approximately 20 miles. The workshop will take place at the City’s Public Works Building. The workshop is still occurring on January 22, 2008, allowing attendees of the South Central HUG to attend while they are in the area.


01-07-08
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®) was selected for multiple software contracts including: The City of McKinney, Texas; City of South Bend, Indiana; City of Tyler, Texas; Town of Smyrna, Tennessee; City of Missouri City, Texas; City of Naperville, Illinois; and the City of Evanston, Illinois.

GTG is pleased to introduce their GeoBlade toolset based on ESRI’s ArcGIS Server technology. For more information on the many benefits of GeoBlade, visit www.geotg.com/geoblade. Built on ESRI’s ArcGIS Server technology, GTG introduces the most advanced and truly enterprise GIS solution on the market, GTG’s GeoBlade software suite. This solid, reliable, and intuitive interface guarantees a Return on Investment (ROI). Designed and engineered to offer local government professionals a “core” GIS tool, GTG’s GeoBlade software offers an interface and GIS functionality that is “second to none.” This revolutionary product consists of a host of custom, department specific “GeoBlades,” or interfaces. A truly spectacular solution!

GTG is pleased to welcome Laurie Jackson as a GIS Project Manager.


01-02-08
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) announced today that the City of Evanston, Illinois has procured five (5) seats of LGcrimes from GTG’s LG GIS software suite.


12-28-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) is pleased to announce that they will be holding a GIS Manager’s Workshop in Missouri City, Texas on January 22, 2008. The workshop will take place at Missouri City’s Public Safety Headquarters.


12-20-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) announced today that the City of Corpus Christi, Texas has procured 29 seats of LGViewer with modules for address management (LGaddress) and for Planning/Development Services (Community Maintenance) from GTG’s LG GIS software suite.


12-14-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) is pleased to announce the opening of a new corporate office and training center. After several years of planning and preparation, GTG celebrated the official grand opening and ribbon cutting on December 10. Festivities included an open house and ribbon cutting attended by staff, friends, family, and several city officials, including Mayor Al King of Goldsboro. After thanking the staff and attendees for their continuous support, co-owners Curt Hinton and David Holdstock, shared in cutting the ribbon. “We have been looking forward to this moment for a long time,” said Hinton. “This new building presents GTG with many opportunities to better serve our current and future clients.” Several training courses were also offered in conjunction with the grand opening of the state-of-the-art training facility. Courses included Introduction to ArcGIS I and II, as well as a GIS Manager’s Workshop attended by GIS managers and coordinators from across the state. GTG’s new corporate office houses 30 staff members and a training facility that accommodates up to 20 students. The expansion was necessary due to continued growth and success in the company. More information on the training center can be found by visiting, www.geotg.com/gis.


12-12-07
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®) was selected for multiple software contracts including: Greenville, North Carolina Utilities Commission; City of Hallandale Beach, Florida; Cabell County, West Virginia. and Brunswick County, North Carolina. GTG is now expanding due to the recent opening of our new corporate office. There are now many employment opportunities related to this expansion. For more information, visit www.geotg.com/employment.html. GTG is planning on offering a GIS Manager’s Workshop in several major cities throughout the United States in 2008. Check our website regularly for updates and workshops near you.


11-19-07
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®) was selected for multiple software contracts including: Greenville County, South Carolina EMS and the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana. GTG was awarded several contracts including: The City of Elgin, Illinois; Goochland County, Virginia and Campbell County, Wyoming. Information on GTG’s new corporate training center and classes, as well as registration forms are now available online. Visit www.geographictechnologiesgroup.com for more information. GTG is pleased to welcome both Emily Jungblut-Swinarski and Summer Purcell as Business Development Assistants, as well as Adam Proctor as a member of the GIS field crew.


11-14-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) is proud to announce the grand opening of a new corporate office and training center. GTG will host a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, December 10th at 12 noon. GTG’s new corporate office houses 30 staff members and a training facility that accommodates up to 20 students. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Manager’s Workshops and ESRI certified ArcGIS I & II training will be offered during the grand opening week. More information on the training center can be found by visiting, www.geotg.com/gis.


11-05-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that Hanover County, Virginia purchased seven (7) additional seats of LGviewer.


11-05-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) announced today that the City of Yuma, Arizona purchased 25 seats of LGcrimes.


10-30-07
With Florida’s newly enacted 2007 Property Tax Reform in full swing, many local governments are beginning to make drastic budget cuts.

The 2007 Property Tax Reform for the State of Florida, reduces the amount of property tax that a county, city, or independent special district can levy. In accordance with the law, a local government cannot generate any more tax revenue than was generated from the last year’s total property tax revenue. This loss of revenue has meant budget cuts across the board. Local governments have been forced to re-examine spending and put vital programs on the back burner. “Cities and counties…say they will have to make tough choices regarding law enforcement, libraries, parks and other services residents demand (St. Petersburg Times, 3/22/2007)”.


10-18-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Portland, Maine has procured products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing LGfires, as well as adding additional licenses of LGdispatch Community Connect and LGcrimes, to better serve the City.


10-18-07
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®)
was selected for multiple software contracts including: The City of Corpus Christi, Texas, Pasco County Sheriff’s Office, Florida, Montgomery County, Ohio, St. Lucie County, Florida, the City of Yuma, Arizona, St. Mary’s County, Maryland, Tazwell County, Illinois, Hanover County, Virginia. GTG was awarded a contract to complete a GIS Strategic Plan for the County of San Luis Obispo, California. The plan will out-line GIS needs and a three-year strategic plan for GIS implementation in the County.


09-26-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Safety Harbor, Florida has procured products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing LGaddress- Land and LGviewer. LGaddress allows users to maintain address points via an intuitive ArcEngine based GIS application. By maintaining the HTE address master file in a GIS interface, the City has the ability to map every HTE land module record, this in turn gives the LGviewer users 100% confidence in the queries and searches against the database. Furthermore, LGaddress allows the GIS data attributes to be passed to the HTE database. The mass overlay functionality in LGaddress will pass attributes of a GIS layer to every record within that layer thus saving hours of manual entry by City staff.


09-14-07
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®)
was selected for multiple software contracts including: the City of Kearney, Nebraska; City of Safety Harbor, Florida; City of Portland, Maine; City of Pearland, Texas; City of Opelika, Alabama; City of Dothan, Alabama; and Cucamongo Valley Water District, CA.


09-12-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Kearney, Nebraska has procured software and services from GTG. The City of Kearney had previously chosen GTG to implement LGdispatch to integrate open databases with GIS, thereby providing an integrated platform that will enable City personnel to leverage existing public safety based data and applications. The City has recently chosen to upgrade its existing LGdispatch software to LGcommunity connect.


08-31-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that York County, South Carolina Natural Gas has upgraded LGviewer to Community Connect.


08-17-07
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®)
would like to announce that the City of Punta Gorda, Florida has selected GTG to provide GIS applications training and a GIS server migration. GTG contracted with the City of Massillon, Ohio to provide GeoBlade Crimes software. GTG has also secured a contract with the City of Pearland, Texas to provide a GIS server migration. Indian River County, Florida has secured an extended services contract with GTG to provide onsite GIS services and software. The Town of Palm Bay, Florida has selected GTG to provide a GIS server migration. GTG was selected for software contracts including: the City of Portland, Maine; York County Natural Gas, South Carolina.


08-15-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the Village of Lombard, Illinois has procured LGweb and LGaddress for Public Administration from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. These applications will serve to expand the Village’s software platform and enhance the Village’s services to its citizens.


08-08-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of San Jacinto, California has procured LGviewer from GTG’s LG GIS software suite.


08-03-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Springdale, Arkansas has procured additional products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing licenses of LGcrimes software to expand the Department’s existing LG platform. The City also purchased LGdispatch Community Connect with AVL.


07-31-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Natchitoches, Louisiana has procured products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing LGfires to better serve the City.


07-27-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Elgin, Illinois has procured LGviewer and LGweb from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City also secured LGwork orders and LGcommunity Connect maintenance module.


07-25-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that St. Mary’s County, Maryland has procured software and services from GTG.


07-19-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Paducah, Kentucky has procured LGviewer from GTG’s LG GIS software suite.


07-17-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the Village of Bolingbrook, Illinois has procured software and services from GTG. The City purchased an additional licenses of LGdispatch with community connect.


07-13-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the Town of Greenburgh, New York’s Police Department has procured additional products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The Police Department will be implementing licenses of LGcrimes software to expand the Department’s existing LG platform which includes other GIS applications for dispatch and mobile mapping.


07-03-07
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®)
would like to announce that the City of Goldsboro, North Carolina has selected GTG to complete a Water Infrastructure Mapping contract. The project for the City is a joint collaboration between GTG and Geotek Mapping of Cary, NC. GTG also contracted with the City of Fort Walton Beach, Florida to provide engineering/ consulting services for GIS needs assessment and implementation plan development. GTG has also secured a contract with McHenry County, Illinois’ Emergency Telephone System Board (ETSB) to provide a GIS strategic plan. GTG was selected for software contracts including: the City of Bolingbrook, Illinois, the City of Danbury, Connecticut, the City of Paducah, Kentucky, the Town of Greenburgh, New York, the City of Murrieta, California, St. Mary’s County, Maryland, and the City of Elgin, Illinois.


06-28-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Murrieta, California has procured software and services from GTG. The City of Murrieta had previously chosen GTG to implement LGdispatch and LGmobile to integrate open databases with GIS, thereby providing an integrated platform that will enable City personnel to leverage existing public safety based data and applications. The City has recently chosen to upgrade its existing LGdispatch and LGmobile software to LGcommunity connect.


06-26-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Opelika, Alabama has procured software and services from GTG. The City purchased LGmobile and LGdispatch with LGcommunity connect.


06-14-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that Ouachita Parish, Louisiana has procured software and services from GTG. Ouachita Parish had previously chosen GTG to implement LGdispatch to integrate open databases with GIS, thereby providing an integrated platform that will enable personnel to leverage existing public safety based data and applications. Ouachita Parish has recently chosen to upgrade its existing LGdispatch software to LGcommunity connect. The Parish has secured 60 workstations for LG Community Connect- Mobile Maps.


06-12-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that Sutter County, California has procured software and services from GTG. The County purchased an upgrade of two (2) additional licenses of LGmobile with LGcommunity connect.


06-07-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Tyler, Texas has procured software and services from GTG. The City purchased 25 additional licenses of LGmobile with LGcommunity connect.


06-05-07
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®)
would like to announce that the Town of Davie, Florida has selected GTG to complete a three-year phased, GIS needs assessment. The needs assessment will include an evaluation and analysis of the current system and recommend a GIS strategic plan for the Town. GTG also contracted with the City of Greenville, North Carolina to provide ArcGIS training for key City personnel. GTG was selected for software contracts including: Tyler County, Texas;Sutter County, California; Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; the City of Jacksonville, North Carolina; St. Petersburg, Florida; and the City of Aventura, Florida.


06-01-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Jacksonville, North Carolina procured software and services from GTG. The City purchased an additional seat of LGdispatch with LGcommunity Connect.


05-29-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Columbia, Missouri has procured LGViewer from GTG’s LG GIS software suite.


05-24-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the Village of Oak Lawn, Illinois procured software and services from GTG. The County purchased LGdispatch with LGcommunity Connect.


05-10-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Farmington, New Mexico has procured products from GTG’s LookingGlass GIS software suite. The City will be implementing licenses of LGaddress Manager- Land. LGaddress allows users to maintain address points via an intuitive ArcEngine based GIS application. By maintaining the HTE address master file in a GIS interface, the City has the ability to map every HTE land module record, this in turn gives the Looking Glass Viewer users 100% confidence in the queries and searches against the database.


05-08-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) announced today that the City of Plano, Texas has procured products from GTG’s LookingGlass GIS software suite. The City will be implementing licenses of LGaddress Manager- Land. LGaddress allows users to maintain address points via an intuitive ArcEngine based GIS application. By maintaining the HTE address master file in a GIS interface, the City has the ability to map every HTE land module record, this in turn gives the Looking Glass Viewer users 100% confidence in the queries and searches against the database. Furthermore, LGaddress allows the GIS data attributes to be passed to the HTE database. The mass overlay functionality in LGaddress will pass attributes of a GIS layer to every record within that layer thus saving hours of manual entry by City staff.


05-03-07
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®)
would like to announce that the City of West Sacramento, California has chosen GTG to perform a software needs analysis and an update to their GIS Implementation Plan, that GTG had prepared for the City in 2004. GTG was selected for software contracts including: the Village of Oaklawn, Illinois, the City of Columbia, Missouri, the City of Opelika, Alabama.


05-02-07
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®),
a leading provider of professional GIS services and software for local government, announced today the addition of Luke Granlund as the new Florida GIS Solutions Manager in GTG’s Jacksonville, Florida office.


04-26-07
Geographic Technologies Group
® (GTG®) announced today that the City of Pearland, Texas has procured several additional licenses of Public Safety software from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing 20 additional licenses of LGmobile.


04-24-07
Geographic Technologies Group
® (GTG®) announced today that the City of Santa Fe, New Mexico has procured licenses of LGaddress and LGweb from GTG’s LG GIS software suite.


04-18-07
Geographic Technologies Group
® (GTG®) announced today that the City of Waco, Texas has procured LGviewer, LGweb, LGaddress, and LGviewer work order module from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. These applications will serve to expand the City’s software platform and enhance the City’s services to its citizens.


04-12-07
Geographic Technologies Group
® (GTG®) announced today that the City of Greenville, North Carolina has procured additional products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing additional licenses of LGcrimes software to expand the City’s existing LG platform which includes other GIS applications.


04-10-07
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®)
announced today that the City of Margate, Florida has procured software and services from GTG. The City purchased an upgrade of LGmobile and LGdispatch to LGcommunity connect.


04-05-07
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®),
a leading provider of professional GIS services and software for local government, announced today the addition of Matt Tapp as the new Midwest GIS Solutions Manager in GTG’s new Kansas City, Missouri office.


04-03-07
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®)
would like to announce that the Town of Davie, Florida has secured a Three-Year Strategic Plan for Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Services. GTG was selected for software contracts including: The City of Pearland, Texas, City of Waco, Texas, City of Olympia, Washington, City of Margate, Florida, City of Greenville, North Carolina, County of Spotsylvania, Virginia, City of Suffolk, Virginia, City of Santa Fe, New Mexico, City of Plano, Texas, and the City of Farmington
.


03-29-07
Geographic Technologies Group®, Inc. (GTG®)
announced today that the Village of Lansing, Illinois has procured additional products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The Village has contracted for additional training of LGdispatch and LGcrimes.


03-22-07
Geographic Technologies Group®, Inc. (GTG®)
announced today that Ozaukee County, Wisconsin has expanded their implementation of GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The County’s system has acquired licenses of LGaddress for Public Safety to expand the existing LG platform which includes other GIS applications.


03-13-07
Geographic Technologies Group®, Inc. (GTG®)
announced today that the City of Alamogordo, New Mexico has procured software and services from GTG. The City of Alamogordo procured GTG’s LGviewer and LGaddress.


03-09-07
Geographic Technologies Group®, Inc. (GTG®)
announced today that the City of University Park, Texas has procured software and services from GTG. The City of University Park, Texas had previously chosen GTG to implement LGdispatch and LGmobile to integrate open databases with GIS, thereby providing an integrated platform that will enable City personnel to leverage existing public safety based data and applications. The City has recently chosen to upgrade its existing LGdispatch and LGmobile software to LGcommunity connect.


03-07-07
Geographic Technologies Group®, Inc. (GTG®)
announced today that the City of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma has procured products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing LGfires as well as five workstations to better serve the City.


03-02-07
Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®)
would like to announce that the City of Blue Springs, Missouri has secured a multi-year contract with GTG to implement the recommendations from their GIS Implementation Plan that GTG conducted for the City in 2006. GTG was selected for software contracts including: the City of Sugar Land, Texas; the City of University Park, Texas; Ozaukee County, Wisconsin; the City of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma; the City of Roswell, Georgia; and the Village of Lansing, IL.


02-27-07
Geographic Technologies Group
®, Inc. (GTG®), a leading provider of professional GIS services and software for local government, announced today that the Town of Greenwich, Connecticut has retained GTG® to offer consulting services for Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Training.


02-23-07
Geographic Technologies Group®, Inc. (GTG®)
is pleased to announce GeoBlade Web. GeoBlade Web is a dynamically powerful web-based application for the public. This web-based application provides many functionalities such as online mapping, advanced querying capabilities, and viewing of GIS Data. GTG®’s expansion of its software suite to include GeoBlade Web is a huge step in leveraging existing technology investments for use with GIS software.


02-20-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG®)
announced today that Greenville County, South Carolina has procured software and services from GTG®. The County purchased an upgrade of LGdispatch to LGcommunity connect.


02-16-07
Geographic Technologies Group®, Inc. (GTG®)
announced today that the City of Midland, Michigan has procured additional products from GTG®’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing LGcrimesweb.


02-09-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc.® (GTG®)
announced today that the City of DeKalb, Illinois Police Department has procured new products from GTG®’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing licenses of LGdispatch, LGfires, LGcrimes and LGaddress for Public Safety.


02-06-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc.® (GTG®)
announced today that the City of Homestead, Florida has procured new products from GTG®’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing licenses of LGaddress for Public Safety.


02-02-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc.® (GTG®)
announced today that the City of Midland, Michigan has procured additional products from GTG®’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing LGfires.


02-01-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc.® (GTG®)
would like to announce that the following municipalities and local governments have selected GTG® for products and services. The City of Suffolk, VA has retained GTG® for GIS Training. The Town of Greenwich, CT has also retained GTG® for the purposes of GIS Training. The City of Pearland, TX has selected GTG® to update their Implementation Plan.


01-26-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that St. Mary’s County, Maryland has procured software and services from GTG. The County purchased an upgrade of LGdispatch to LGcommunity connect.


01-23-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that Colleton County, South Carolina has procured new products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The County will be implementing licenses of LGdispatch and LGaddress for Public Safety.


01-19-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Missouri City, Texas has procured software and services from GTG. The City purchased an upgrade of LGdispatch to LGcommunity connect.


01-16-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Burleson, Texas has procured software and services from GTG. The City purchased additional licenses of LGmobile and LGdispatch community connect, LGcrimes, LGweb, and LGaddress manager.


01-12-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City
of McKinney, Texas has procured GIS software solutions from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing LGviewer Work Request Module. This application will serve to expand the City’s existing GTG software platform.


01-09-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Ormond Beach, Florida has procured software and services from GTG. The City procured additional licenses of GTG’s LGviewer to expand the City’s existing LG platform.


01-05-07
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Kissimmee, Florida has procured software and services from GTG. The City purchased an upgrade of LGmobile and LGdispatch to LGcommunity connect.


01-03-07
Geographic Technologies Group (GTG)
would like to announce that the following municipalities and local governments have selected GTG for products and services. The City of Titusville, Florida has retained GTG to perform a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Needs Assessment and Conceptual Design Development.


12-29-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc.
(GTG) announced today that the City of Alexandria, Virginia has procured software and services from GTG. The City procured additional licenses of GTG’s LGmobile to expand the City’s existing LG platform and purchased an upgrade of LGmobile and LGdispatch to LGcommunity connect.

12-04-06
Geographic Technologies Group (GTG)
would like to announce that the following municipalities and local governments have selected GTG for products and services. The City of Blue Springs, Missouri has retained GTG to provide GIS implementation services. Kitsap County, Washington has retained GTG to conduct a GIS architecture assessment and strategic plan. The City of Suffolk, Virginia has selected GTG to complete a GIS information services annual contract. The City of Champaign, Illinois has selected GTG to complete GIS strategic plan and staffing services.

11-29-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the Naperville, Illinois Police Department has procured additional product functionality from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The Police Department will be upgrading LGdispatch/LGmobile to AVL Community Connect.

11-17-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Fort Pierce, Florida has procured software and services from GTG. The City procured additional licenses of GTG’s LGviewer to expand the City’s existing LG platform.

11-13-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that Hanover County, Virginia has procured software and services from GTG. The County procured additional licenses of GTG’s LGviewer to expand the County’s existing LG platform.

11-7-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Port Angeles, Washington has procured several GIS software solutions from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing LGviewer Work Request Module, LGviewer, LGaddress and LGcommunity maintenance module.

10-31-06
Geographic Technologies Group (GTG)
would like to announce that the following municipalities and local governments have selected GTG for products and services. The City of Valdez, Alaska has retained GTG to provide a series of data development and implementation services that will complete the initial deployment of the City’s enterprise GIS. Whiteside County, Illinois retained GTG to conduct public safety software training. Calvert County, Maryland selected GTG to create a GIS based utilities management system application. The City of East Point, Georgia retained GTG to conduct public safety software training. The City of Oviedo, Florida retained GTG to complete a GIS needs assessment and implementation plan.

10-27-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Marietta, Georgia Board of Light and Water has procured software and services from GTG. The City procured GTG’s GeoBlade Viewer for GBA Master Series.

10-24-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that Spotsylvania County, Virginia has procured software and services from GTG. The County procured GTG’s GeoBlade Intranet and GeoBlade Web.

10-20-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that Indian River County, Florida has procured software and services from GTG. The County procured GTG’s GeoBlade Intranet and Geomanager software solutions.

10-17-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Danville, Virginia has procured additional products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing additional licenses of LGcrimes software to expand the City’s existing LG platform which includes other GIS applications such as LGdispatch.

10-13-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Alamogordo, New Mexico has procured new products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing licenses of LGaddress for Public Safety, LGdispatch and LGcrimes software.

10-10-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that McHenry County, Illinois has procured additional products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The County will be implementing LGcrimes and LGaddress for Public Safety to expand the County’s existing LG platform which already includes other GIS applications such as LGmobile and LGdispatch.

10-06-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Folsom, California has procured additional products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing licenses of LGdispatch software to expand the City’s existing LG platform.

10-04-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that Ouachita Parish, Louisiana has procured products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. Ouachita Parish will be implementing three licenses of LGdispatch.

9-29-06
Geographic Technologies Group (GTG)
would like to announce that the following municipalities and local governments have selected GTG for products and services. Indian River County, Florida has selected GTG to complete a master address data layer and street centerline clean up in conjunction with a year one implementation of their GIS master plan. Campbell County, Wyoming has selected GTG to develop a custom field application for their mobile nurse’s corp.

9-27-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) announced today that the City of Kingsport, Tennessee has procured additional products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing LGfires.

9-22-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) announced today that the City of Opelika, Alabama has procured software and services from GTG. The City procured additional licenses of GTG’s LGviewer and contracted for on-site technical services.

9-19-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Fort Pierce, Florida has procured software and services from GTG. The City of Fort Pierce has procured licenses of LGviewer.

9-15-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Danville, Virginia has procured additional product functionality from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing additional licenses of LGcrimes software to expand the City’s existing LG platform.

9-12-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Jacksonville, North Carolina’s Police Department has procured additional products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The Department will be implementing licenses of LGdispatch and additional licenses of LGcrimes software to expand the Department’s existing LG platform which already includes other GIS applications such as LGfires.

9-08-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Jacksonville, North Carolina has procured additional products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing additional licenses of LGviewer software.

9-05-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Opelika, Alabama has procured additional products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing additional licenses of LGviewer software.

8-31-06
Geographic Technologies Group (GTG)
would like to announce the following municipalities and local governments that have selected GTG for products and services. The City of Kissimmee, Florida has selected GTG to complete a data development project. The Town of Clayton, North Carolina has selected GTG to complete a GIS needs assessment and implementation plan. The Town of Gulf Breeze, Florida has also selected GTG to complete a GIS needs assessment and implementation plan. Richland County, South Carolina has requested the services of GTG to complete an update to their GIS implementation plan. The City of Marietta, Georgia Board of Light and Water has selected GTG to complete a GeoBlade VIEWER for GBA Master Series implementation.

8-29-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the Town of Greenburgh, New York’s Police Department has procured additional product functionality from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The Department will be implementing additional licenses of LGmobile software.

8-25-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that Okaloosa County, Florida Water and Sewer has procured software and services from GTG. Okaloosa County procured GTG’s LGweb and LGaddress.

8-18-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that Yuba County, California has procured additional product functionality from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The County will be implementing additional licenses of LGmobile software.

8-15-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that Saint Vincent’s Electric Services (Vinlec) has procured software and services from GTG. Vinlec procured GTG’s LGweb and LGaddress.

8-11-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the Town of Palm Bay, Florida has procured LGaddress from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. This application will serve to expand the City’s existing GTG software platform, which already includes LGdispatch, LGcrimes, LGviewer, LGweb, LGpublicweb and LGaddress for Public Safety.

8-08-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Key West, Florida has procured additional products from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing LGcrimesweb to expand the City’s existing LG platform which already includes other GIS applications such as LGcrimes and LGdispatch.

8-04-06
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG)
announced today that the City of Pearland, Texas has procured additional product functionality from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. The City will be implementing additional licenses of LGcrimes software and LGcrimes additional search functionality to expand the City’s existing

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