Saturday, May 28, 2011

2011 Cityworks User of the Year Award Recipients

Cityworks, the leading provider of GIS-centric management solutions, congratulates the recipients of the 2011 Cityworks User of the Year Award in Recognition for GIS-Centric Excellence and Leadership: Cucamonga Valley Water District (California), City of Delaware (Ohio), City of Kitchener (Ontario, Canada), City of Palm Bay (Florida), and Waterford Township (Michigan). The awards were presented at the 2011 Cityworks User Conference held last week in St. George, Utah.

The Cityworks User of the Year Award recognizes organizations as vanguards for their GIS-centric vision and practice which enables them to meet a variety of goals and objectives in asset management, permitting, licensing, and more. These five award-winning sites consistently demonstrate high levels of increased efficiencies and measured performance. Cityworks is very proud of their accomplishments as well as many others throughout the user community.

President and CEO of Cityworks, Brian Haslam, presented the awards at the plenary session of the Cityworks User Conference on Monday, May 16, 2011. The following individuals received the award on behalf of their organizations:

* Cucamonga Valley Water District, California - Marty Zvirbulis and Darron Poulsen
* City of Delaware, Ohio – R. Thomas Homan and Perry Mickley
* City of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada – R. Thomas Homan, Mike Bolger, Sharon McDonald and Janet England
* Palm Bay, Florida – Crystal Phillips-Mustain and Ellen Prendergast
* Waterford Township, Michigan – Carl W. Solden and Terry Biederman

“We have an amazing user base, and the group of clients awarded this year’s Cityworks User of the Year Award are as good as they get,” stated Mr. Haslam. “While it is difficult to pinpoint just a few, those selected are definitely lighthouses in our user community. We want to recognize and extend our appreciation to these organizations. They have demonstrated outstanding GIS-centric techniques and capabilities, and we are thrilled they have fully taken advantage of Cityworks robust, powerful technology combined with Esri’s leading ArcGIS software.”



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