Digital Map Products Delivers Geospatial Subscription Software to Phoenix-Area Clients; Innovative Solutions Provide Collaborative Management of Map-Based Data to Government Agencies, Utilities, Realtors, Home Builders and Title Companies

PHOENIX—(BUSINESS WIRE)—June 2, 2005— Digital Map Products (DMP) today announced it is offering its map-enabled software applications to Phoenix-based organizations that rely on geographic information to make informed business decisions. DMP, a developer of high-performance Internet-hosted mapping applications, has entered the area with its application product line including flagship product CityGIS5(TM) and is cultivating clients among Phoenix-based realtors, builders, title companies, utilities and local government agencies.

DMP applications such as CityGIS5 will arm local businesses and agencies with the ability to access, create and maintain map-based data that is current and accurate. DMP's innovative applications put sophisticated geospatial technology at the fingertips of non-technical users while providing a cost-effective, easy-to-use and rapidly deployable solution.

"Our business model has been validated by more than 100 successful deployments in California alone, and we are now offering our complete solution to clients in other major metro areas across the country," said Steve Stautzenbach, DMP's vice president of marketing. "Phoenix is a priority for us, and we have invested resources to develop partnerships that provide the data that powers our applications. This enables us to immediately deliver the benefits of geospatial mapping technology via our Web-hosted model."

In support of its Phoenix-based sales and marketing objectives, DMP has opened a regional office serving Arizona and Southern Nevada. Regional Manager James Saxon will focus on the development of DMP's client roster in Phoenix and will further develop the team in the local area.

"The Phoenix market can benefit from the practical deployments of innovative mapping technology provided by DMP's business model," said Saxon. "In the past, the use of geospatial technology by many organizations was prohibitive because it required large budgets and expert resources to build custom applications and maintain the data. DMP eliminates these complexities, and the benefit is the preservation of significant budget resources and the reduction of the risks associated with building and staffing an in-house solution." Saxon added, "We look forward to introducing this concept to our Phoenix-based business partners."

DMP plans to leverage the success it has had in other markets with clients such as Southern California MLS, Young Homes, Fieldstone Communities, The City of San Clemente and The City of Dana Point, among others. "DMP expects success in the Phoenix region by targeting our solutions to a wide variety of sectors from government agencies to realtors, builders and title companies that will experience significant benefit from accessing and analyzing their data via our mapping application," said Saxon.

DMP's Phoenix office can be reached at 602-595-6340.

About Digital Map Products

With headquarters in Costa Mesa, Calif., Digital Map Products (DMP) is a developer and provider of map-enabled software applications and next-generation geospatial systems to a wide variety of industries including government, building, land development, real estate, public works and utilities. DMP is servicing these markets by combining the power of geospatial technology with the accessibility and convenience of Internet access to create finished product solutions. DMP's products are built on the DigitalMapCentral platform, a flexible high-performance mapping application development platform in a hosted environment. DMP's solution results in minimal overhead, rapid deployment, ease-of-use, and high performance. More information about DMP can be found at http://www.digitalmapproducts.com.



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