by Staff Writers
Irvine, CA (SPX) Oct 02, 2012
Digital Map Products (DMP) is excited to announce that it will be participating as both an exhibitor and presenter at the International City/County Management Association's (ICMA) 98th Annual Conference in Phoenix, AZ.
This industry leading conference, which brings together local government decision makers who serve cities, counties, and regional entities of all sizes, will take place October 7th - 10th. Digital Map Products, a leading innovator of cloud-based spatial solutions for business, government, and consumers will be presenting at the conference on Monday, October 8th from 12:45 - 1:45 p.m.
Their Solutions Track session, titled "Information Rules: Communicating with Residents in the 'Google Era'," will discuss how local governments can leverage Web 2.0 and mapping technologies to simultaneously improve citizen engagement and agency efficiency.
The presentation will include case studies of municipalities who have succeeded in bridging their citizen communication gap by sharing information with residents through online interactive maps.
In addition to the Solutions Track session, Digital Map Products will also be at booth #240 where company representatives will be demonstrating and answering questions about the company's government solutions including their online citizen mapping platform, CommunityView.
CommunityView helps municipalities publish property, agency and community information to interactive maps on their website to enhance citizen awareness and engagement. To learn more about Digital Map Products' Solution Track session, "Information Rules: Communicating with Residents in the 'Google Era'," or to schedule a meeting with Digital Map Products at the ICMA conference visit here.
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