Azteca Systems establishes new regional office

Sandy UT, March 20, 2003 — Azteca Systems, Inc. announced the addition of a new Account Representative, expanding the company’s ability to service customers throughout the United States. Darrin Farmer joins Azteca Systems as Regional Representative for the Western Region.

Farmer joins Azteca Systems from Digital Architects, Irving Texas where he served as the technology consulting firm’s Professional Services Director. Reporting directly to the CEO, he was responsible for business development, client services, internal and corporate infrastructure, project management, recruiting and partner relationships.

Prior to Digital Architects, Farmer filled a variety of roles over a five-year period with Idea Integration, Dallas Texas.

Farmer is a graduate of the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Science in Geography and postgraduate studies in Geographic Information Systems. He will be opening Azteca System’s Western Regional Office near Los Angeles California, serving the states of California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Alaska and Hawaii. His contact information appears below.

“We’re excited to continue our planned expansion to better service our customers,” said Tom Palizzi, Director of Marketing and Sales at Azteca Systems. “Our regional staff represents an excellent group of people. They are all very knowledgeable in asset and maintenance management, engineering, computer systems and GIS allowing them to clearly understand our customers’ needs and interest, and relate these to Cityworks’ unique ability to meet those needs. They are dedicated to supporting our Business Partners in servicing their customers, as well.”

Azteca Systems maintains four regional offices located throughout the US with corporate headquarters in Sandy Utah.

About Azteca Systems, Inc.

Founded in 1986, Azteca Systems, Inc. is a provider of GIS-based Enterprise Asset and Maintenance Management Systems for Public Works and Utilities. Built exclusively on top of ESRI’s leading GIS technology, Cityworks is powerful, scalable and affordable.

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