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NovaLIS to Showcase Integrated Land Records Management Solutions at ESRI User Conference 06.30.2003

June 30, 2003
GIS-based solutions demos in booth #1736 in San Diego, July 7-11.

NovaLIS Technologies – a leading provider of integrated land records management solutions – will perform demonstrations of its GIS-based solutions in booth #1736 at the ESRI International User Conference in San Diego, July 7-11. Staff will also take part in numerous technical and industry-specific presentations.

“NovaLIS is looking forward to sharing our vision of a truly integrated land records solution with attendees of this year’s conference,” says NovaLIS President/CEO Gary Waters.

“Our demonstrations will highlight that GIS technology is not an add-on, but an integral component of our solutions, which are designed to operate on a fully integrated basis with ESRI’s ArcGIS, ArcView, and MapObjects products.”

NovaLIS will showcase its entire suite of solutions, which includes Parcel EditorTM, Land Development OfficeTM, Assessment OfficeTM, and Land Titles OfficeTM by International Land Systems (ILS). NovaLIS will also demonstrate the wireless capabilities of its software using a personal digital assistant (PDA) and Web interface.

NovaLIS President Gary Waters will take part in a preconference seminar, ArcGIS 8.3 for Land Records, with ESRI’s Steve Trammell on Sunday, July 6.

“NovaLIS it taking part in a record number of paper sessions at this year’s conference,” says NovaLIS Vice-President Ruel Williamson.

“This is a reflection of our industry expertise, and growing reputation as a leading authority on trends and leading-edge technology for land records management.”

NovaLIS papers include the following: Using GIS to Develop an Integrated Land Records Management System, Using ArcGIS Extensions to Streamline Parcel Maintenance Tasks, Going Digital: The New Recruits at Land Records Offices, and Maximizing the Use of GIS to Enhance Assessment Methods. NovaLIS and business partner ILS will present the following two papers: ArcGIS Land Records: Title, Assessment, Land Development, and Land Records, and Management, Automating Deeds Recording with GIS.