DMP's CityGIS5, a Web-hosted solution for enterprise-wide deployment of an organization's maps and data, was a finalist in a high-tech awards competition.

Digital Map Products (DMP), a developer of high-performance Internet-hosted mapping applications, was named a finalist in AeA Orange County's High-Tech Awards Innovative Product/Technology category for its flagship product, CityGIS5. Developed for government agencies, utilities, real estate developers and other organizations that rely on geographic information, CityGIS5 is a Web-hosted solution for enterprise-wide deployment of an organization's maps and data.

DMP has more than 100 successful deployments in Southern California with clients such as Centex Homes, Southern California MLS, Young Homes, Fieldstone Communities, The City of San Clemente and The City of Dana Point. The company recently announced partnerships with DataQuick and United Title Company where DMP enhances their product solutions with dynamic aerial mapping bringing access to data on target properties.

The AeA Orange County Council is the nation's largest high-tech trade association. The High-Tech Awards honor outstanding local technology companies and acknowledge individual contributions to the local high-tech business community. Winners of the AeA High-Tech Awards 2005 will be announced at an awards ceremony held at the Jewish Community Center of Orange County on the Samueli Jewish Campus in Irvine on Wednesday, April 20.

Source: DMP, March 18, 2005