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Wednesday, May 22nd 2013
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3-GIS Hires New Marketing Coordinator

Decatur, AL (May 22, 2013) -- 3-GIS, a global leading innovator of smart geospatial solutions, has added Erin Clardy to handle the company’s marketing needs. Clardy brings a background in social media, marketing, and brand development to her new role as marketing coordinator. Her educational background includes a B.A. from the University of Alabama.

"We are very excited to have Erin Clardy join our team at 3-GIS. We believe she will be a great addition to our team." stated Tom Counts, 3-GIS' president and chief executive officer.

Clardy will oversee the development and execution of marketing and communication strategies for 3-GIS and 3-GIS Live, the company's new cloud based delivery model for its award winning products. She will work directly with the company's leadership team at its headquarters in Decatur, Alabama. “I am thrilled to be a part of the 3-GIS staff and look forward to expanding my knowledge in marketing with such a talented team,” says Clardy.

ABOUT 3-GIS

3-GIS is a global leading innovator of smart geospatial solutions and proud recipient of the 2011 Esri Partner’s Choice Award and the Esri Private Web Application Award. 3-GIS’ software for desktop and field use takes complex GIS information and makes it simple to understand and fast to access from every level of the enterprise. Visit www.3-GIS.com

 

Erin Clardy Marketing Coordinator | 3-GIS eclardy@3-gis.com 256-560-0744 x 228 (Office) 256-560-0744 (Fax)

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