Tadpole-Cartesia appoints Susan Park executive sales manager for North American operations

Carlsbad, Calif., April 25, 2003 — Tadpole-Cartesia, Inc., has announced the appointment of Susan Park as executive sales manager for North American operations.

Reporting to operations director Jason Linley, Park now leads the firm’s business drive into the utilities, transport, local and state government, homeland security, and other GIS-centric markets.

Park is a respected practitioner in delivering customer value. She joins Tadpole-Cartesia after 4-years with GE Network Solutions (formerly GE Smallworld) where she progressed from account manager for the Denver area to sales director, Western Region and Canada.

Prior to moving into sales with GE, Park applied her design and project management skills with Plangraphics, Inc., and was prime support for the company’s utility customers to develop and deploy complex GIS software applications. Earlier career highlights included project management positions with Helix Water District and Niagara Mohawk. Park holds a BS in Geography from Texas A&M.

Jason Linley, Tadpole-Cartesia’s director for North American operations, comments: “Susan brings a cross-industry skillset to Tadpole-Cartesia and a proven track record in selling geospatial systems. In today’s geo-centric climate, every second counts and extending spatial data to the edge of a network via Tadpole’s unique field technologies is helping enterprises to improve the productivity of their mobile work teams, and ultimately deliver better service to utility customers.”

About Tadpole-Cartesia

Tadpole-Cartesia, a software business unit of Tadpole Technology plc (www.tadpole.com), is a specialist in the deployment of enterprise-class mobile information systems in the world’s utilities, telecommunications and public service industries, and is the premier field solutions provider for ESRI-based technology.

In addition to ESRI-based solutions, the company offers a range of mobile business solutions known under the Conic brand that support both Windows and Java platforms and open new vistas for better management and productivity of field workers, improve customer service, reduce operational costs, and enable user industries to fully capitalize their investments in corporate GIS and CAD data. Further information on Tadpole’s businesses on 760-929-0992, +44 (0)1223 428200 (UK), or by email sales@us.tadpole.com.


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