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March 26th, 2019
James Fee Joins the Spatial Networks Team as Vice President for Professional Services

Spatial Networks (SNI), a fast-growing geospatial information and technology firm headquartered in St. Petersburg, FL, is excited to announce the addition of James Fee to the leadership team.

Fee joins as Vice President for Professional Services, responsible for the oversight and management of project managers, technical consultants, and engineers to ensure professional and effective services to SNI’s customers. He will report directly to Brian Monheiser, Executive Vice President, Government Solutions.

“We landed one of the best geo-brains in the business,” Monheiser said.

Fee comes to the team with more than 20 years of experience in the geospatial industry building platforms for users to be better informed about their businesses and decision making. He has always embraced change and looked at ways to integrate new technologies into existing workflows, and worked at the intersection of CAD, GIS, BIM and Big Data, bringing information directly to users.

“I have either known James or about James for nearly my entire professional career,” said SNI Founder and CEO, Tony Quartararo. “I have always been impressed with his prolific writing and contributions to our industry, his credibility in all aspects is second-to-none, and having the opportunity to work with someone as widely respected as James is not something I would want to pass up. I am really looking forward to his ability to be a force multiplier for our entire Professional Services group and the management team as a whole, and to help propel our continued growth and success.”

Fee has been instrumental in delivering modern advanced platforms that customers can use across their organizations. Key to this is easy integration with existing tools, not wanting to disrupt workflows. Drag and drop import of Building Information Modeling (BIM), Geospatial Information Systems (GIS), and even Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) makes this process easy for users who may not be technologically savvy and prompts users to integrate IoT and other location intelligence tools.

A thought leader in the geospatial space, Fee often delivers keynotes at conferences around the world and shares his knowledge with the community. He strives to improve location-based technology to improve people’s lives and make our cities a cleaner and more enjoyable place to be part of.

The Vice President for Professional Services is one of 13 new positions created at Spatial Networks in the last 12 months. In that same time frame, the company has grown its total revenue by 34.1%. To learn more about Spatial Networks and view current available positions, visit spatialnetworks.com/company.

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About Spatial Networks: Founded in 2000, Spatial Networks enables organizations to identify opportunities, reduce uncertainty, and mitigate risk by leveraging geography and geographical information systems, including the mobile data collection platform Fulcrum. Spatial Networks is headquartered in St. Petersburg, FL, but employs remote staff across the United States. The company also utilizes vast global network of geospatial professionals to obtain the most accurate, timely, and relevant data for its clients.