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EagleView Technologies Premieres GutterReport at International Roofing Expo

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Monday, February 24th 2014


The report delivers quickly and provides contractors the measurements needed to confidently provide an accurate estimate.

Bothell, Wash. February 24, 2014 - EagleView Technologies, Inc., a leading technology provider of aerial imagery, data analytics and GIS solutions, will be presenting new products including an upcoming GutterReport and the recently released QuickSquares™ Report at the 2014 International Roofing Expo in Las Vegas, NV, February 26-28, 2014 in booth 763.

EagleView continues to work closely with roofing contractors in developing tools that drive business. Releasing in late March 2014, EagleView will offer contractors the GutterReport, an EagleView measurement report designed specifically to help with the sales, marketing and installation of gutter systems.

The GutterReport will be delivered on average within 24 hours to provide contractors the immediacy that their customers want while giving the contractor confidence that their estimate will be on target due to the technology of EagleView. The report offers a professional presentation including a customized cover page, color photos of the property, eave measurements, downspout and miter corner count, as well as total number of stories by direction.

"We are committed to developing tools that not only save the contractor time but also position their business and employees as innovative business practitioners," stated Rishi Daga, EVP Commercial Sales for EagleView Technologies. "EagleView measurement reports have revolutionized how contractors not only gain accurate structural and roof measurements but how they deliver extraordinary service to their customers."

GutterReport will be previewed in the EagleView booth during the International Roofing Expo along with QuickSquares, another new product from EagleView that was launched in December of 2013. "The QuickSquares report provides roofing contractors the total squares and predominant pitch, both of which are needed to quickly prepare an estimate for a residential roofing project," continued Daga. "The report is delivered on average in about an hour so the contractor can be the first to deliver an estimate to the homeowner. Contractors are seeing great success with this product across the country."

For more information on both of these products visit EagleView at IRE Booth 763 or at http://www.eagleview.com.    

About EagleView

EagleView Technologies is the unparalleled provider of aerial imagery, data analytics and GIS solutions serving the commercial, government and public utility sectors. The company’s patented image capture processes and 3D modeling algorithms coupled with property-centric analytic tools empower end-user workflows with scalable, efficient and highly accurate answer sets in support of property claims, risk management, emergency response, assessment, corridor mapping and more. For more information contact (866) 659-8439 or visit http://www.eagleview.com orhttp://www.pictometry.com.

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