Allied GIS joins VUEWorks partner program

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CONCORD, NH, Dec. 29, 2009 -- VUEWorks Inc. today announced that Allied GIS Inc. of Anchorage, Alaska, has joined its channel sales partner program, covering Colorado and Alaska. Allied GIS, which is also an ESRI business partner, provides GIS, imagery, internet, and database solutions for infrastructure and environmental projects serving clients in private industry, Native, military, city, county, and federal government.

Allied GIS has recently opened a new office in Louisville, Colorado to meet growing demand for GIS and GIS-integrated solutions in the western United States. Colorado is home to both the Federal GIS Center and a large GIS community. Commented Gail Morrison, Allied GIS' president: "Allied GIS are data integration experts. VUEWorks is a strategic addition to our solutions portfolio, providing a web-based, easy-to-use platform for Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) and strategically managing infrastructure assets. We see a tremendous opportunity to expand our business in the western United States and are thrilled to have this sales territory for VUEWorks. Our new Louisville office will strengthen our business and compliment our existing staff in California and Alaska."

Commented Kenneth Spalding, P.E., Sales Manager for VUEWorks: "Allied GIS' broad client base spans all levels of government and oil & gas corporations. Partnering with Allied GIS will help us serve our core municipal clientele in the western U.S. better, and offers us a fantastic opportunity to expand into the Colorado and Alaska markets. We are very excited to team up with Allied GIS."

About Allied GIS Inc.
Allied GIS Inc. (www.alliedgis.com ) Allied GIS is a privately-held, woman-owned corporation founded in 2002 and headquartered in Anchorage, Alaska. Allied GIS has more than 25 years' experience using the ESRI ArcGIS suite of products. Allied GIS has many business partners, which allows for a well-rounded team for any mapping need such as surveying, aerial photography, planning and environmental. Clients have ranged from oil and gas organizations to city, county and federal government agencies. Projects include cadastral, facility mapping, hazardous waste site location, Environmental Impact Statement mapping, database development, image integration, vegetation classification (ERDAS), and GIS application development. The company's GSA Schedule number is GS-10F0200N.

About VUEWorks
VUEWorks Inc. (www.vueworks.com ) develops, markets, and supports affordable, web-enabled integrated GIS Asset and Work Management solutions that help local government and other organizations track the condition, minimize failure risk, optimize expenditures and service delivery of their physical assets. VUEWorks is a privately-held corporation founded in 2004 and headquartered in Concord, New Hampshire.

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