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Free 311GIS Webinar

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Wednesday, March 12th 2014
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. | 1202 Parkway Drive, Goldsboro, NC 27534


Free 311GIS Webinar

 – Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®) is pleased to announce that it will be offering a free 311GIS webinar on Friday, March 21. 311GIS is the latest in crowd-sourcing applications for local government. 311GIS is designed for simplicity and ease of use, raising the bar for citizen incident reporting. 311GIS allows citizens to submit non-emergency requests about problems, issues, or concerns in their community.

Space is limited and all interested agencies are encouraged to sign up prior to the webinar. CLICK HERE to sign up.

About Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG):

GTG is a full-service local government GIS consulting company offering specialized experience in the planning, design, implementation, and procurement of geo-technologies. GTG has unmatched technical GIS capabilities, demonstrated successes, international experience, and a reputation for successfully implementing the right solutions. GTG develops GIS products that spatially enable various enterprise solutions and integrates an organization's IT investment via a common interface. GTG also offers stand alone products for land management, public safety, public access, touch screen technology, and utilities.

GTG has more than 700 clients located throughout North America and Europe and serves all levels of government as well as the private sector. To support our clients, GTG maintains four offices located across the United States: Headquarters in North Carolina, and regional offices in Texas, Florida, Ohio, and California.

Additional information may be obtained by contacting Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. at 888-757-4222 or you can access our website at www.geotg.com

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