PlanGraphics Inc. forms international division

Frankfort, KY, Oct. 21, 2002 — PlanGraphics Inc. recently announced the creation of an International Division and the appointment of Minna Li as Vice President.

PlanGraphics created the Division to provide an increased focus on the international market. The Division will more actively pursue international projects funded by the World Bank, Asia Development Bank, U.S. Trade Development Agency, and other international development banks.

The International Division will provide a full range of GIS advisory and system integration services to their international clients and is currently working with the Shanghai Environmental Protection Bureau and the Sichuan Urban Environmental Project in several cities and provincial agencies.

“With the expedited economic development in China during the past 10 years, finding ways to better manage the development and growth of the urban area has become an urgent issue for the local governments. As a result of this, GIS has been gaining more and more popularity in China and other developing countries in the last 5 years,” Ms. Li commented.

Minna Li began her career as a Research Assistant with PlanGraphics in 1989; is a native of Tianjin, China; and has advanced degrees from Beijing and Murray State University. Ms. Li is involved in groundbreaking projects for PlanGraphics. As an Executive Consultant, she had responsibilities with the New York City Emergency Management Online Locator System (EMOLS) and the My Neighborhood Web projects. She managed PlanGraphics’ first China project in 1995 with the Shanghai Waterworks Company.

PlanGraphics, Inc., founded in 1979, is a full lifecycle systems integration and implementation firm that provides a broad range of services in the design and implementation of information technology in the public and commercial sectors.

PlanGraphics’ experience with spatial information systems and assets provides a critical discriminator among other IT consulting and integration firms. PlanGraphics, Inc., is headquartered in Frankfort, Kentucky; has regional offices in Maryland and California; and maintains field offices in Colorado, Rhode Island, and New York. For more information about the company and our most recent achievements, please visit our Web site,

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