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Thermopylae Named Google Enterprise and North American Deployment Partner of the Year

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Tuesday, March 11th 2014
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Company Recognized for Accelerating Adoption and Deployment of Google Maps and Google Earth with Enhanced Capabilities for Driving Deeper Analysis and More Informed Business Decisions

Thermopylae Sciences & Technology (TST), a leading provider of geospatial solutions based on the Google mapping platform, today announced that it received the Google Enterprise Global Partner of the Year 2013 for Google Maps and the North American Deployment Partner of the Year 2013 for Google Maps. Recognized for its proven track record of deploying Google Maps-based geospatial information solutions, Thermopylae received both awards at the Google Enterprise Global Partner Summit, which occurred last week in San Francisco, CA.

“The recognition from Google Enterprise is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the entire Thermopylae team as we continue to deliver innovative, geospatial-based solutions that are enabling organizations to realize previously hidden relationships between time and space,” said A.J. Clark, president, Thermopylae. “Building on the powerful capabilities and ease-of-use of Google Maps, Thermopylae is making deeper analysis of geospatial information and big data more accessible across the enterprise, driving improved decisions in all departments of organizations. We look forward to furthering our relationship with Google as we continue to deliver innovative mobile and geospatial intelligence and information solutions across the globe.”

The Google Enterprise Partner of the Year and North American Deployment Partner of the Year awards emphasize Thermopylae’s sustained success in driving product adoption for customers on Google Maps and Google Earth. With itsiSpatial solution for analyzing location-based information and its Ubiquity solution for creating dynamic geo-centric mobile applications, Thermopylae is enabling organizations to arm employees with customized, easy-to-use geospatial solutions that provide detailed analysis for better business decisions when and where they need it.

“We are proud to provide this recognition to Thermopylae, who has consistently demonstrated sales, deployment and support excellence to our customers throughout 2013,” said Mark Hodgson, Head of Global Partner Programs at Google.

About Thermopylae

TST is a different type of company. Often referred to as “Silicon Valley in the Beltway,” we reward creativity and innovation, and strive to bring emerging technologies to our customers in ways that can enhance organizational performance and further their missions. We pair industry experts in information technology with team members that are subject-matter experts on our customers' key problem sets. The result: cutting-edge solutions that are tailored directly to our customers' needs. TST has been recognized by the Washington Business Journal as a “Best Place to Work” for 2013, cited as the Innovation category winner for the C4ISR Journal’s Big 25 Awards for 2012, and recognized as Google Enterprise’s Maps for Business Innovation Partner of the Year for 2012.

 

 

Contacts

MSL Group
David Sprague, 781-684-0770
Thermopylae@mslgroup.com

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