Intergraph announces release of enterprise approach to managing spatial information

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala., July 11, 2002 -- Intergraph Mapping and GIS Solutions recently announced GeoMedia® Transaction Manager 5.0, a long term transaction versioning, and temporal data management software solution that provides a true enterprise approach to managing spatial information.

GeoMedia Transaction Manager 5.0 is built on industry-proven GeoMedia architecture to provide an open and flexible environment for workflow and command customization for a single department or an entire enterprise.

Integrating GeoMedia with the latest release of Oracle 9i through Oracle Spatial and the Oracle Workspace Manager feature of the Oracle database, GeoMedia Transaction Manager provides an efficient multi-user working environment.

GeoMedia's robust technology leverages Oracle Spatial and Oracle's Workspace Manager functionality, to enable multiple users to access and update Oracle data while managing historical spatial data and safeguarding the integrity and validity of valuable enterprise geospatial information.

Key features of GeoMedia Transaction Manager effectively manage long term transactions for organizations such as land information management, mapping, and transportation agencies that build and maintain data models within or across departments. GeoMedia Transaction Manager capabilities include just-in-time locking; change management; project collaboration; and temporal data capture, query, and visualization.

"With support of Oracle 9i, we are strengthening our long-standing relationship with Oracle as we continue to integrate geospatial information into the IT mainstream," said Bart Hoogenraad, Intergraph Mapping and GIS global marketing director. "GeoMedia Transaction Manager and Oracle technology are a natural fit and address a critical need of many of our customers for long term transaction management in many of their geospatial workflows."

For more information about GeoMedia Transaction Manager, visit Intergraph Mapping and GIS Solutions' Web site at www.intergraph.com/gis.

Intergraph Mapping and GIS Solutions

Intergraph Mapping and GIS Solutions brings together geospatial and information technology to help customers achieve their business goals. A technology innovator with more than 30 years of market leadership, Intergraph serves government agencies and commercial enterprises worldwide with end-to-end geospatial solutions for cartography and map production and enterprisewide mapping and GIS. The company provides superior customer support and services ranging from project implementation to production.

Intergraph Mapping and GIS Solutions is a division of Intergraph Corporation (NASDAQ: INGR), Huntsville, Ala., and does business in more than 60 countries through its wholly owned subsidiaries and global distributor and partner network. For more information, visit www.intergraph.com/imgs.


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