Mapcom Systems Selected for NTCA Expo ’10 Hot Technologies Exhibit

Share Article

M4 Software adds innovative visual capabilities for managing operations and infrastructure.

Mapcom is pleased to be selected to compete and looks forward to showing our new Hot Technology to the attendees at the NTCA's Annual Meeting

Mapcom Systems, a leading provider of Geographical Operations System (GOS) software, is one in six companies that were selected to display their Hot Technologies during the NTCA Expo 2010 in Tampa, Florida. “Mapcom is pleased to be selected to compete and looks forward to showing our new Hot Technology to the attendees at the NTCA’s Annual Meeting,” said John Granger, President and CEO.

The Hot Technologies will be evaluated during the Managers Preview Luncheon on Tuesday, February 2nd. Ribbons will be awarded for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd at the EXPO Open House on Tuesday evening.

“Innovative companies thrive by bringing a continuous stream of new technology that improves their customer’s day-to-day operations,” explained Granger. “Our Hot Technology for 2010 allows clients to see their data through an exciting new interface and I can’t wait to share more with the industry!”

About Mapcom Systems

Mapcom Systems is the developer of M4 Solutions – a map-based Geographical Operations System (GOS) software suite that allows telecommunications providers to enhance their information flow by displaying data in a geographic view. The open-system approach enables users to integrate and correlate data from existing billing, accounting, GPS tracking and network monitoring applications with a geographically-correct land base map of all network elements in M4. Since 1971, Mapcom has developed one of the strongest reputations in the industry working with independents, cooperatives, fiber communities, and campus telecommunications providers of all sizes across North America and the Caribbean. For more information, visit the Mapcom website at http://www.mapcom.com.

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Scott Combs
Visit website