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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Customizing Geodata: Case Studies from Harley-Davidson, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and more

Sponsored by: TomTom
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This webinar will focus on how and why American Digital Cartography, Inc. (ADCi) customizes TomTom data for government organizations and private companies. Join us to learn about three customer case studies: the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Harley-Davidson, Inc. and Lender Processing Services, Inc. (LPS).

ADCi has been a leading distributor of TomTom Maps since 1991. During that time, ADCi has helped customers in every market successfully secure the correct data and license for their application. As a value added reseller, ADCi can “slice and dice” the TomTom data any way the customers needs it, so they can begin working with the data in their application immediately.

The webinar will outline the “pain points” each customer addressed by having the TomTom data massaged prior to delivery, and provide an in-depth look at the data customizations ADCi provides for these customers. Customizations discussed include everything from providing the data in different formats and projections to renaming layers, merging datasets, creating tables, and adding primary keys and indexes.

Speakers include Mike Dannehy, Pre-Sales Consultant at TomTom; Jim Reid, President, and Joe Roehl, Vice President–Technology and Operations, both from ADCi.



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