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May 19th, 2011
TARGUSinfo Wins the 2011 Oracle Spatial Excellence Innovator Award

Today, Oracle’s Spatial division presented TARGUSinfo with the prestigious 2011 Oracle Spatial Excellence Award in the Innovator category. TARGUSinfo, the developer of the ElementOne Analytics Platform, was chosen from among a group of global nominees for its adoption and innovative use of Oracle Spatial and Oracle Fusion Middleware MapViewer in delivering solutions that drive value, ROI and creatively solve clients’ business problems. Other award winners include: China Land Surveying and Planning Institute in the Integrated Enterprise category; SOGEI in the Innovator category; Simon Greener in the Education and Research Category; and Bentley Systems, Incorporated in the Partnership category. Read More