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Benton PUD Signs ELA with TC Technology

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Tuesday, February 26th 2013
TC Technology | Carlsbad,CA


 - TC Technology announces Benton Public Utility District (Benton PUD) deployed an enterprise license agreement (ELA) of GO! Sync Mobile GIS.

Benton PUD is a publicly-owned electric distribution utility that provides electricity to 48,000 customers within Kennewick, Prosser, Benton City and surrounding rural communities of Benton County. Benton PUD's main office is in Kennewick, Washington, with a satellite office in Prosser. Benton PUD delivers a variety of electric, conservation, public safety, and broadband services. Benton PUD has approximately 150 employees.

The ELA equips operational staff with enterprise mobile mapping that seamlessly integrates with GIS. Now all types of crews use up-to-date GIS to help with field work. The rollout includes simple-to-use GPS, tracing, redlining, and inspection capability.

With GO! Sync Mobile GIS, organizations like Benton PUD recognize the advantages of extending GIS into the field. Workers benefit from real time data and the latest maps while operations boosts productivity automating such tasks as planned and unplanned work, routine maintenance, and underground locating.

About TC Technology
TC Technology delivers more than powerful intuitive mapping. Our products empower organizations to recognize the advantages of mobile workforce management. Field workers benefit from real time job information on the latest maps while operations benefit from boosts in productivity. Affordable, quick to deploy and easy to use, TC Technology’s products are right for any sized organization. Products include MIMS and GO! Sync Mobile GIS. www.tctechnology.com

For More Information Contact:
Carrie Turner
(760) 929 8345 x111
marketing@tctechnology.com
Twitter: @gosync

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