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American Digital Cartography, Inc. (ADCi) Celebrates 25th Anniversary

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Thursday, October 17th 2013


– Employees of American Digital Cartography, Inc. (ADCi) recently celebrated the company’s 25th Anniversary with an open house reception at their downtown Appleton office.  Appleton Mayor Tim Hanna was in attendance as well as clients, business associates and staff.  Mike Bauer, former ADCi President and founder was also present to celebrate the milestone. Pictured from left to right are ADCi employees Stacie Stobbe, Michael Petr, Beth Van Epern, Jim Reid, Joe Roehl, R.D. Harles and Benny Rockweiler.

About American Digital Cartography, Inc. (ADCi)

Headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin, ADCi has specialized in providing digital mapping products and services since 1988.  ADCi has helped customers in every market successfully secure the correct data and license for their mapping application; including government, business and Internet-based applications.  American Digital Cartography, Inc. (ADCi) is a leading authorized distributor of NAVTEQ and TomTom map data.  ADC WorldMap, a division of ADCi, produces ADC WorldMap Digital Atlas, the most detailed digital atlas available, offering comprehensive, current, and seamless geographic data for the entire world.

 

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