Laser-Scan part of buoyant spatial market

Laser-Scan is pleased to announce the expansion of its team in Ireland and at its head office in Cambridge, UK.

November 16, 2005 -- The company’s software development team has grown with Greg Clinker joining as a Software Architect and Mark Burdett taking on the role of Senior Test Engineer. Greg brings more than ten years development experience to his role. He will lead the team responsible for designing and delivering the architecture of Laser-Scan’s enterprise solutions. Mark is responsible for testing across all Laser-Scan’s development projects including the latest innovation, Radius Studio™.

Laser-Scan's Customer Support team has also expanded with Rob Cooper, John O'Tool and David Murrant all coming on board. Rob has taken on the role of Software Support Engineer and his previous skills in programming will further strengthen and improve the efficiency within the team. David Murrant has joined the company for a year, as a placement student as part of his Computer Science degree at Bath University and will be working on developing internal systems. Laser-Scan also welcomes John O'Tool to the Customer Support team who will be based in Dublin and will concentrate on supporting the Land Registry Ireland and the Ordnance Survey Ireland.

Dan Parkes joins Laser-Scan as a Junior Technical Consultant, assisting the pre-sales team with consultancy work, small projects and providing expert industry specific information to the entire pre-sales team. Dan has just completed an MSc in GIS at Nottingham, and he previously spent 4 years working at Rutland County Council. Whilst at Rutland, Dan's primary focus was in the Planning department where he was the Local Land and Property Gazetteer (LLPG) Officer. Dan project managed the GIS upgrade at Rutland to a corporate level, trained users on GIS and was the Systems Administrator for the key Planning and Building Control databases.

Jen Crowe is the latest member to join the Product Management team as a Product Analyst under the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with the University of Hertfordshire. Jen will be working with existing and potential clients to ensure Laser-Scan continues to provide innovative and market-leading products designed to meet real business needs.

Duncan Guthrie, Managing Director, Laser-Scan said:

"We have been winning increasingly more business around maximising organisation’s investment in spatial data by making it fit for electronic delivery. The result has been greater demands on the internal resources at Laser-Scan. As such, we are pleased that we have been able to find high calibre staff to help with our continued growth. It is a testament to our market position that these professionals have chosen to develop their careers at Laser-Scan; they will help us deliver and maintain the highest level of customer satisfaction."


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