MetaCarta Joins the Google Enterprise Professional Program to Extend the Power of Geographic Searches in Government, Energy and Enterprises
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Press release date: May 15, 2006
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 15 /PRNewswire/ -- MetaCarta®, Inc., a leading provider of geographic intelligence solutions, announced today it has joined the Google Enterprise Professional program, which extends the power of Google search and helps customers get more value out of their Google enterprise search deployments. MetaCarta organizes vast amounts of data geographically as well as enables users to visualize geographic relationships between structured and unstructured content.
The Google Enterprise Professional program includes developers, consultants and independent software vendors that provide value-added services for Google enterprise products.
"At MetaCarta, we will integrate our technology with Google Earth Enterprise for use in the government, energy, and enterprise sectors," said Claudine Bianchi, vice president of marketing for MetaCarta. "Companies and government agencies who use Google Earth can now extend the power of their searches using MetaCarta to view unstructured content such as content found in HTML pages, MS-Word, and email as search results on the Google Earth map interface."
"Google is excited to have MetaCarta as a partner in the Google Enterprise Professional program. We're looking forward to MetaCarta combining the power of Google Earth with their capability to and make them visible on our mapssearch unstructured content and make it geo-smart," said Kevin Smith, program manager for Google Enterprise Professional.
For more information on the Google Enterprise Professional program, please visit http://www.google.com/enterprise/gep.
MetaCarta, Inc., a provider of geographic intelligence solutions, provides users with map-driven geographic search, geographic referencing, and data visualization capabilities. MetaCarta products make data and unstructured content "location-aware" making that information geographically relevant. These innovative solutions make it possible for customers to discover, visualize, and act on important location-based information. Founded by a team of MIT researchers in 1999, MetaCarta is privately-held, with US headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts and offices in Vienna, Virginia and Houston, Texas. For more information, please visit http://www.metacarta.com/.
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