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November 24th, 2011
United Remote Sensing Technology Selected as Microsoft Reseller in China

The decision to transition responsibility for the sales territory to United RST is driven by plans to reach a higher level of business development and to expand market reach. Future investment in Microsoft technology is also a major goal that will be pursued with the parent companies of United RST.

”United Remote Sensing Technology is an excellent match for the vision that Imagemaps and Microsoft have for the growing Chinese market,” stated Mr. Sze Keong Lee, General Manager, Imagemaps. “Its first priority will be to focus on technical support to serve all existing clients in China, and then to leverage its extensive connections in both government and private sectors to develop new customers.”

“Microsoft fully supports the selection of United Remote Sensing Technology as a new reseller of the full suite of UltraCam products,” said Alexander Wiechert, Microsoft Business Director. “We are confident that this will have a positive impact on support and service for our existing and future customers in the region.”