VELOCITIE Assists the City of Ann Arbor with Enterprise Web Access Using Orion’s OnPoint Web GIS Software

October 11, 2007 -- VELOCITIE Integration, Inc. announced today that the City of Ann Arbor has completed its implementation of Orion’s enterprise Web-GIS solution, OnPoint™ Enterprise. The City is expanding their GIS with this easy-to-use web interface to allow access to the City’s growing spatial data repository.

VELOCITIE, an Authorized OnPoint™ reseller, provided its expertise in Web-GIS development and consulting to configure OnPoint Enterprise on the City’s intranet to better utilize all of their GIS data as well as integrate with the City’s computerized maintenance management system, Azteca’s Cityworks. This integration with Cityworks, which is used to maintain work orders, service requests, and scheduled maintenance, allows City employees to see the status of work being performed across the City via the website.

Located in Lower Michigan approximately 30 miles west of Detroit, the City of Ann Arbor is home to approximately 115,000 citizens and the University of Michigan. The City of Ann Arbor is Michigan's seventh largest city whose residents include about 37,000 college or graduate students living within the City’s 27 square miles.

“The City needed a vehicle to allow our employees to access work orders via the intranet. By implementing OnPoint and integrating it with Cityworks our employees are able to navigate links on the site to get the information they need to check the status of work orders and perform other maintenance related job duties,” stated Russ Hanshue, the City’s Applications Delivery Manager.

About VELOCITIE

VELOCITIE Integration, Inc. provides integrated enterprise GIS solutions for utilities, municipalities and telecommunication companies. With offices in Green Bay and Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Denver, Colorado, the team at VELOCITIE brings over 250 years of combined experience in serving the GIS industry. VELOCITIE has the knowledge, insight, experience, and proven success to ensure that its clients have a clear path for implementing GIS with their business needs in mind. Our objective is for clients to realize the true benefits and cost savings of integrating GIS technology with their IT and core business practices while implementing a wide array of industry leading products.


For more Information:
Bart Koenig                                
President                                 
VELOCITIE Integration, Inc                         
Phone: (920) 432-1820
Email: Email Contact
Web: www.velocitie.com



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