Jack Dangermond to deliver keynote address at NovaLIS User Conference 2003.

NovaLIS Technologies, Charlotte, N.C.,a leading provider of integrated land records management solutions, is pleased to announce that ESRI President Jack Dangermond will deliver the keynote address to officially open the NovaLIS User Conference 2003 "inform, integrate, relate." Dangermond's address will emphasize the importance of geographic information system (GIS) technology to the land records management industry.

In November 2002, NovaLIS held its first annual user conference in Daytona Beach, Fla. This year, almost twice as many customer sites and key business partners will travel to the conference slated for November 3-7 in Hilton Head, S.C.

The conference will include comprehensive seminars for beginners and managers to the most advanced technical users of NovaLIS' integrated land records management software. Attendees can also see presentations by customers and business partners, take advantage of a Doctor's Clinic, network during the Partner Expo, and take a tour of the hosting client office, Beaufort County. Users will have the chance to interact with each other in both classroom and social settings. They can also touch base with NovaLIS' most strategic business partners to learn about the complementary services and solutions they provide.

With annual sales of more than $469 million, ESRI is the world leader in the GIS software industry. Organizations around the world, as well as local, state, and federal government agencies, are using ESRI GIS software to make smart and timely decisions. ESRI provides powerful GIS solutions to more than 300,000 clients in more than 220 countries. Source: NovaLIS Technologies