Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009
Australian location intelligence pioneer Integeo* has won the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) eGovernment iAward – NSW for its innovative spatial hub, Map Intelligence.

Used by numerous Australian Federal and State Government departments, corporate clients and international organisations such as the United States Army Recruiting Command and the Army National Guard Recruiting, Map Intelligence allows clients to quickly create and deploy their own rich location-enabled applications using information already within their Business Intelligence systems and spreadsheets.

"Maps and floor plans can reveal otherwise hidden insights," says Integeo CEO Peter Rossiter, "because complex data is often poorly represented when only expressed in charts or tables.

"Map Intelligence has been proven to significantly assist meeting the goal of timely responses in the provision of both day-to-day and emergency services."

The AIIA iAwards recognise innovation excellence in Australian ICT across a range of sectors including government, security, education, finance and media. Integeo was judged by a panel of ICT professionals on its technological innovation, market potential and competitiveness, product features, quality and applications.

Integeo was presented with the eGovernment iAward in Sydney last week, and is now in the running for the national iAwards and to represent Australia in the Asia-Pacific ICT Awards later this year.

Rossiter added, "Winning this award is an endorsement of the innovation and quality of the company's R&D team in Sydney and the variety of applications benefiting from Map Intelligence and successfully delivering benefits to customers around the world."

* Integeo is Inte[grated] geo[graphy] . The 'spatial hub' enables seamless interoperation between all major BI and GIS products. This is a breakthrough in location intelligence for business users because Map Intelligence puts them in control by greatly simplifying the process of model development and by eliminating the need for expertise in programming or deep application skills.

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Integeo is the developer of Map Intelligence, the world’s first Geospatial Business Intelligence system and ‘Spatial Hub’ platform for non-technical business users. Map Intelligence was judged “Best Product” at CeBIT 2005 (Sydney) and was named Australia’s top innovator in the National IT Secrets Awards (2005). A wholly owned subsidiary of the Forge Group, Integeo was founded in 2004 specifically to develop Map Intelligence. The company’s headquarters and R&D facility are located in Sydney, Australia, with offices in Canberra and Austin, Texas. Integeo is supported by a global partner network throughout the Americas, Asia and Europe and has strong technical and marketing relationships with the leading database, business intelligence and mapping vendors.
Leila Henderson
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the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA)

Since 1978, the AIIA has represented the Australian ICT industry, which generates combined annual revenues of over $40 billion, employs 100,000 Australians and exports more than $2 billion.  AIIA's membership encompasses all sectors of the industry, from hardware and software services to multinational companies and local SMEs. Membership is open to information technology and telecommunications hardware, software and services companies, telecommunications carriers, multimedia developers, and online services providers.


Map Intelligence recognised for innovation, competitiveness and a proven export market in Australia's leading innovation awards program.


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