Asian Surveying & Mapping
Breaking News
Russian Scientists to Set Up Space Observation Posts in Arctic by 2020
MOSCOW - Russian scientists intend to set up a...
Soyuz Launches European Weather Satellite
WASHINGTON — A Soyuz rocket successfully launched a European...
China-France Oceanography Satellite to Assist with Disaster Management
China and France launched a new joint Earth observation...
Countdown to the 1st GMES & Africa forum in Gabon
The African Union Commission is Organizing the 1st forum...
Harnessing Earth-observation data for practical healthcare applications
The EU-funded AURORA project will develop technologies to turn...
HOT Indonesia Completed Mapping Lifeline Infrastructures in Semarang
Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team has completed mapping Semarang, the capital...
Israel to provide EU unmanned maritime patrol system in 68 mln USD deal
JERUSALEM - Israel's Elbit Systems will operate its flagship...
Japan launches greenhouse gas observing satellite
Japan has launched a new satellite to observe greenhouse...
Philippine-made Diwata-2B goes into orbit with KhalifaSat
Just as the UAE rejoiced when the first 100-per...
Japan’s NTT & Furuno Electric develop GNSS receiver for severe reception conditions
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) and Furuno Electric...

October 13th, 2011
Cityworks Expands International Presence

 
On October 1, 2011, Mr. Mogavero assumed his new position as International Business Development Manager.   A seasoned Cityworks veteran, Mogavero has been the Senior Regional Account Manager over the Northeastern U.S. region since January 2006.  Based in Buffalo, New York, Mogavero transitioned to his new position which includes developing international distributors and opportunities outside the U.S. and playing an active role in promoting Cityworks around the globe.
 
“This represents an exciting opportunity for Cityworks,” said Phil Mogavero, International Business Development Manager, Cityworks. “Though I have thoroughly enjoyed working in the Northeast, I’m looking forward to the challenges of doing business in various places around the world.  With today’s Internet technologies, I can be in Europe in the morning and the Pacific Rim that afternoon!  At the same time, we know that meeting people face-to-face and a handshake are what seals business relationships.”
 
In November Mogavero will attend the 2011 Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference (MEAUC) in Beirut, Lebanon.  While in Beirut, Mogavero will be working closely InfoGraph, the primary Cityworks software distributor in the Middle East and official distributor of Esri products in Jordan, demonstrating Cityworks products in their booth and addressing questions from potential customers.    
 
“Though we’ve had an international presence for several years,” state Tom Palizzi, Executive Director of Sales and Marketing, Cityworks, “the time has come to elevate our commitment to supporting international opportunities.  Working closely with Esri, we will continue to develop our international alliance network.  Phil takes with him a solid knowledge base of Cityworks and solid business sense, combined with years of experience in asset management and utilities.”
 
About Cityworks
Since 1986, Cityworks has been providing innovative GIS-centric Enterprise Management Solutions built exclusively on Esri’s leading GIS technology platform.  Cityworks is powerful, scalable, and affordable, designed for agencies that own and care for critical infrastructure, capital assets, and property.   Empowering GIS™ for asset management, permitting and licensing, Cityworks is a time-tested and proven technology utilized at more than 400 user sites around the world.