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30-Second Pitch: SearchOGC

Wednesday, February 13th 2013
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Summary:

In this 30-second pitch, searchOGC shows us how to quickly search for over 2,000 free GIS data servers.

30-Second Pitch is an new series that introduces geospatial products and services in a quick to read format. Want to pitch your latest offering? Contact Jane Elliott.
 
Business: SearchOGC LLC
 
Number of employees: 2
 
Owner/Lead executive: Arwen Vaughan
 
Contact
(720) 310-0447
 
Pitch: We work with GIS professionals who need access to free GIS data, including every size of organization and level of experience.
 
Why we are different: SearchOGC.com is a search engine for free GIS data. Search online or through our ArcGIS extension. We have indexed over 2,000 free GIS data servers.
 
Recent Accomplishment: SearchOGC for ArcGIS 10.0 and 10.1 extensions have recently been released in Beta.  Our new site design makes finding and downloading data even simpler.
 

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