Intergraph announces 23 new Team Geomedia partners in North Asia

HUNTSVILLE, Ala., Nov. 18, 2002 — Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions today announced that the Intergraph Team GeoMedia┬« Registered Solutions Provider (RSP) and Registered Solutions Center (RSC) programs are making inroads into new territory with recent expansion into North Asia.

The growth includes 23 companies from markets such as local and regional government, transportation, utilities, and land information management. The Team GeoMedia RSP and RSC programs provide tremendous opportunities for North Asia partners interested in developing applications and solutions, reselling technology, delivering GIS data, and providing training and consulting services.

Yuan Ping, marketing director, Beijing Spatial Port Technology Co. Ltd., commented, “Intergraph is a true GIS technology innovator. Interoperable GeoMedia technology has helped open the door to mainstream IT for GIS. We chose to join Team GeoMedia to facilitate the integration of GIS and our business systems. This way we can bring the best enterprise systems with unsurpassed geospatial capabilities to our customers.”

“Team GeoMedia gives geospatial leaders in North Asia a well-defined, global mechanism and framework for partnering with Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions,” said Leos Svoboda, Team GeoMedia manager. “The program has grown from Europe to North America and now to a strong presence in Asia that gives it a true global focus. This worldwide expansion provides existing and prospective customers with an unparalleled network of outstanding geospatial leaders and a broad range of geospatial solutions.”

New partners begin GeoMedia certification

Each of the following new RSP and RSC members plans to begin the Team GeoMedia certification process to qualify selected employees to work in development using GeoMedia technology or to provide training support for their customers who use GeoMedia technology.

Japan
NEC Corporation
Algorithm Laboratory

Mongolia
Monmap Engineering Services Co. Ltd.

Taiwan
GAIAS GIS Consultant Co. Ltd.
CableSoft Tech Inc.

China
Beijing Spatial Port Technology Ltd.
Beijing Geoalways Technology & Science Development Co. Ltd.
Beijing Huasan Mingtian Technology Co. Ltd.
Beijing Humble Information Technology Co. Ltd.
Beijing Ouhaining Science & Technology Development Co. Ltd.
Beijing Shitong Keda Digital Co. Ltd.
Chong Qing Zhong Shan TECOM Co. Ltd.
Fuzhou Geosoft Co. Ltd.
Hydrology & Water Resources Bureau of Xinjiang
Northeast Forestry University
Jinan New Spatial Information Technology Co. Ltd.
Karamay Science and Technology Service Ltd.
Provincial Center for Remote Sensing of Shanxi
Qinhuangdao CASW Data Technology Co. Ltd.
Shaoxing Daming Computer Technical Service Co. Ltd.
Simplegraph Technology Co. Ltd.
Teamtech Information System Co. Ltd.
Xinjiang Urumuqi Da Di Information Co. Ltd.

More information about these new members and the Team GeoMedia program can be found at www.teamgeomedia.com, a geospatial information and data resource site for Intergraph customers, GIS professionals, and the general public. Or e-mail teamgeomedia@intergraph.com.

Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions

Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions integrates geospatial and information technology to help government agencies and commercial enterprises worldwide achieve their goals. As a strategic member of the Open GIS Consortium, Intergraph is committed to open solutions. With more than 30 years of market leadership, Intergraph continues to maintain this role while providing superior geospatial management, photogrammetry and cartography solutions.

Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions is a division of Intergraph Corporation (NASDAQ: INGR), Huntsville, Ala., and does business in more than 50 countries through its wholly owned subsidiaries and global distributor and partner network. For more information, visit www.intergraph.com/imgs.

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