mPower Technologies Changes Name to mPower Innovations; Indicating Expanded Market Expertise

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mPower Technologies, the developer of mPower Integrator, announced that they have changed their name to mPower Innovations.

Today, mPower Technologies, the developer of mPower Integratorâ„¢ (link: http://www.mpowerinnovations.com/integrator), announced that they have changed their name to mPower Innovations. The name change signals a new level of growth for the company, as it expands its market coverage, both in terms of vertical markets and geographic presence.

"Our new company name conveys more completely our corporate mission, which is to be a leader in developing innovative technologies and applications that empower our customers in ways they did not think were possible," explains Greg Calcari, mPower's Vice President of Business Development.

mPower Innovations' client list continues to grow, recent additions include Marinette County, WI; College Station, TX; Grantham, NH; and Village of Jackson, WI.

mPower clients use mPower Integrator, a geographic information portal product for intranet and Internet data distribution. A completely wizard-based GIS portal with user based distribution and rights creations. The intuitive, easy to use wizards enable mPower clients to build dynamic web GIS themselves with no need for costly outsourcing, consulting, or programming.

About mPower Innovations:
mPower Innovations (link: http://www.mpowerinnovations.com) is a technology consulting, developer, and service company that draws upon more than 30 years experience in the geospatial industry. They empower their clients by eliminating costly consultation and proprietary development that many other consultants and software providers require. mPower Integrator is an advanced software solution that takes Web GIS functionality and ease of use to a new level. With Integrator you can access any ODBC data source, perform administrative tasks, assign user rights, and passwords. The user interface is very intuitive and requires no technical programming. "Pick and click" wizards are used to quickly create queries, reports, assign new users, access rights and more.

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