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3-GIS to Increase Presence in Electric Utility Market With Addition of Executive Solutions Consultants

Decatur, Alabama - August 18, 2010 - 3-GIS, an Alabama based product development and services company has announced the addition of two new team members to the business development department. Burl Rowland and Dustin Sutton join 3-GIS as Executive Solutions Consultants.

Rowland and Sutton will concentrate their efforts in increasing 3-GIS product awareness in the electric cooperative and municipality sectors; furthering the 3-GIS belief that enterprise-wide GIS deployment through thin client solutions is the wave of the future. "3-GIS is excited to welcome

Burl and Dustin to our team and believe that their addition will allow us to more precisely and consistently serve the electric utility market." says Tom Counts, President of 3-GIS.

Rowland and Sutton join 3-GIS with 17 combined years of sales and business development experience. Rowland says, "I am thrilled to be on board with 3-GIS and look forward to sharing my experience and the 3-GIS story with electric utilities in my region." Sutton echoes those sentiments noting, "The 3-GIS Express Solution offers utilities an inexpensive answer to traditional GIS and I am excited to work with utilities to illustrate this cost savings."

About 3-GIS

3-GIS is a premier GIS product development and services company. The company provides off-the-shelf software and solutions to a variety of companies in the Utilities, Telecommunications and Emergency Management markets. 3-GIS also builds, interfaces, and integrates many diverse asset management systems, work management systems, analysis packages and other specialized software. 3-GIS offers the Express Solution, an ArcGIS Server-based suite of thin-client asset management products.

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Remote Office: (317) 564-8516

Decatur Office: (256) 560-0744

Fax: (256) 560-0746

Email: [email protected]

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