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Rich Inman Named Senior Project Manager/Consultant at RAMTeCH Software Solutions, Inc.

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Monday, June 9th 2014
RAMTeCH | Stillwater, MN

Stillwater, Minnesota – June 9, 2014 – RAMTeCH Software Solutions, Inc. is pleased to announce that Rich Inman has joined the RAMTeCH team as a Senior Project Manager/Consultant. “As RAMTeCH continues to grow and expand our offerings for geospatial services in the utility and telecom industries, the importance of having quality Senior Project Management expertise and experience on our team is essential to our operational success,” said Todd Rhodes, Director of Operations. Rhodes further noted that Mr. Inman brings over 26 years of experience in a wide range of roles for enterprise GIS, utilities, consulting, and telecommunication companies, most recently as a Senior Manager with Accenture.

RAMTeCH is well known in the GIS community as an industry leader in geospatial data management. As part of its growth plan, RAMTeCH is expanding US and global operations to support expanded service offerings complimentary to its GIS data management services in the areas of Professional Services and Engineering. “I’m excited to be joining the diverse RAMTeCH team. It’s a respected organization I can add another facet of expertise to, which will help not only RAMTeCH, but also clients, achieve their goals and objectives.” Mr. Inman will be supporting the management and delivery of GIS data projects, as well as certain Professional Services activities.

He is located in Littleton, CO, and can be contacted at (651) 342-1780, (303) 908-1117, or RAMTeCH ( is recognized as a global, industry leading Information Technology Company specializing in geospatial and engineering services and solutions for utility, telecommunication, government, and infrastructure market space. RAMTeCH’s USA headquarters is located in Stillwater, MN. ###

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