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Informed Solutions Rewards MSc GIS High Achievers at The University of Edinburgh

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Wednesday, February 6th 2013
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Informed Solutions Rewards MSc GIS High Achievers at The University of Edinburgh

As part of Informed Solutions’ ongoing commitment to inspiring new generations of professionals and supporting their talent development, the Company has again this year presented awards to high achievers on The University of Edinburgh’s MSc in GIS programme, confirming their position as the UK's leading provider of GIS education.

The awards were presented at the School of GeoSciences graduation ceremony by Seth Finegan – the Director of Consulting Services with Informed Solutions. Felicity Rollings received the MSc in GIS Prize for achieving the best overall performance on the course and Graeme Erskine was awarded the GIS Dissertation Prize for producing an exceptional dissertation.

Bruce Gittings, Director of GIS programmes at the University of Edinburgh, said: “The annual achievement awards presented by Informed Solutions help recognise the hard work of the most successful graduates of the academic year. The ongoing support and recognition from a leading organisation in the field of GIS continues to inspire our students to reach their full potential as they embark on their careers”. Seth Finegan said: “Informed remains proud to support the excellent work of the School of GeoSciences at The University of Edinburgh. Yet again, this year’s winners have demonstrated what can be achieved when a passion for geospatial analysis is supported by a dedicated academic staff”. Elizabeth Vega, Informed Solutions’ Chief Executive, added: “Despite the challenging market conditions, as an ambitious and innovative SME we remain steadfastly committed to actively supporting talent development and practitioner excellence. Skills and competency development is at the heart of our Company’s ethos and through our graduate framework we aim to support leading academic institutions – such as The University of Edinburgh - in encouraging their students to achieve their full potential.

We also look to offer collaboration which assists graduates to leave university with a range of relevant learning and applicable skills, helping to increase employability”. Informed is a truly independent professional services and specialist systems integration practice. We deliver exceptional value by providing clients with simple, high performing solutions to complex business and safety critical problems, particularly where place, location or geography is important (www.Informed.com). For more information about our services contact us on: Tel: +44 (0)20 3042 2000 / +44 (0)161 942 2000 or email David.Chapman@Informed.com

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