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AppGeo’s MapGeo Continues Expansion

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Wednesday, March 14th 2012


AppGeo’s MapGeo Continues Expansion

Applied Geographics, Inc. (AppGeo) launched its newest hosted web mapping solution, called MapGeo, in September, 2011.  Since then, AppGeo has launched 25 municipal sites in six states with several more in production.  Recently launched MapGeo websites include:  Hopkinton, Beverly, Milford, Seekonk, and Quincy, Massachusetts; Darien and Cromwell, Connecticut, and our first site in Rhode Island, the Town of Lincoln.  In the coming weeks, MapGeo sites will be completed for counties and municipalities in Virginia, New York, and Maine.

MapGeo represents AppGeo’s next generation web solution that leverages an interactive HTML5-based user interface and aggressive use of tile caching hosted in the Cloud to deliver a very fast and friendly end user experience.  While MapGeo represents a new, low-price point, entry-level offering aimed at local government, AppGeo continues to develop and deliver a wide variety of custom and workflow based GIS web-sites for its local, state and federal government customers on both Esri™ and Open Source platforms.

For more information about MapGeo, go to www.MapGeo.com.

To try Lincoln, RI’s site, go to: www.MapGeo.com/LincolnRI.

About Applied Geographics, Inc.

Applied Geographics, Inc. (AppGeo, www.appgeo.com) has been providing high quality GIS services and innovative solutions to government and private sector clients since 1991. AppGeo empowers its customers to put GIS to work through the intelligent use of geographic data and applications that improve work flows and business processes. AppGeo provides a full range of GIS consulting services: GIS strategic and implementation planning, data development, custom applications, training, cartography, implementation assistance and technical support. AppGeo services are available through a variety of state blanket contracts and nationwide through its GSA IT Schedule 70.

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