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RAMTeCH Releases New Website Design

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Monday, July 7th 2014
| Stillwater, MN


RAMTeCH Releases  New Website Design

Stillwater, Minnesota – July 7, 2014 – RAMTeCH is excited to announce the release of its newly redesigned website. The site features a brand new look with updated information, current news, a mobile friendly version, and more.

“As RAMTeCH continues to grow and expand through innovative asset management solutions specializing in geospatial, engineering, and professional services, the need to create a more interactive and informative website was an integral part of our growth strategy,” said Darrell Rhodes, Senior Vice President, North America. “The new site reflects the evolution of our company in recent years, is user friendly, and compatible with smartphones and other mobile devices.”

RAMTeCH is well known in the geospatial community as an industry leader in geospatial data management. As part of its growth plan, RAMTeCH is expanding its U.S. and global operations to support an expanded service offering to focus on asset management solutions for its clients that is complimentary to its traditional geospatial data management services. Rhodes, who has worked in the geospatial technology industry for over 28 years, is located in the Stillwater, MN, office and can be contacted at (651) 342-1780 or drhodes@ramtech-corp.com.

RAMTeCH invites you to check out the new site, call, or email, to learn more about its growing company. RAMTeCH (www.ramtech-corp.com) is recognized as a global, innovative asset management solutions provider specializing in geospatial and engineering technology and solutions for utility, telecom, energy, and infrastructure markets. RAMTeCH’s North America Headquarters is located in Stillwater, Minnesota. 

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