March 31, 2009 -- 3-GIS, a GIS software development and services company based in North Alabama will exhibit in the ESRI Booth #8118 at the International CTIA Wireless 2009 tradeshow. The tradeshow, which is organized by the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association, will be held April 1-3, 2009 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
3-GIS will demonstrate products from the 3-GIS Suite to delegates from telecommunications companies and vendors from around the world. The 3-GIS Suite is comprised of Network Express, a design and engineering tool which is run from a web browser; Field Express Chameleon, real-time data management software which can be run on a tablet or laptop; and Express Conductor, the back-end administrative component.
“Telecommunications companies can use Field Express Chameleon in conjunction with Network Express to easily collect and maintain network data,” says Tommy Siniard, 3-GIS Chief Technical Officer. “With our suite of tools, a telecommunications company will have the ability to share information across its various departments. The entire enterprise will finally have the capability to view its assets and network utilization to help gain efficiencies across the corporation. What sets Network Express apart is that it can be run as a thin client from any location without custom desktop software.”
3-GIS is a premier GIS software development and services company. The company provides customized software and solutions to a variety of companies in the Utilities, Telecommunications and Homeland Security markets. 3-GIS builds, interfaces, and integrates many diverse AM/FM systems, work management systems, analysis packages and other specialized software. 3-GIS offers the 3-GIS Suite of products, an ArcGIS Server-based suite of thin-client asset management products. The 3-GIS Suite is comprised of Express Conductor, the administrative toolset; Field Express Chameleon, a mobile application; and Network Express, a browser-based engineering tool.
For more information, visit www.3-GIS.com.
About International CTIA Wireless 2009
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