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MapText, Inc. has released Label-Web v.2.0, the latest version of the Company's high-quality text placement engine that labels web-based maps on the fly in Intergraph's GeoMedia WebMap environment.

Label-Web version 2.0 expands on the capabilities provided in previous versions in a number of ways. New commands and capabilities are available that add even more flexibility to the labeling of maps and charts. The labeling engine has been updated with performance enhancements to ensure that the dynamic placement of label text occurs as smoothly and quickly as possible. Finally, new tools have been added to simplify the process of creating and maintaining Label Rule Files and to aid in the upgrading of existing installations.

Synergos Technologies, Inc., an innovator of timely and accurate consumer data products for real estate, retailers, and restaurateurs announces the updated quarterly release of STI: PopStats -- the research industry's first and only quarterly population estimates. This is the 21st version, and the first to include a 10 year forecast.

CARIS announced the release of Hydrographic Production Database (HPD) version 2.4. With new product editors, new database support and new utility programs, the HPD user group of national hydrographic offices will advance towards a truly integrated hydrographic data management and production environment.

The release of version 2.4 combines ideas and feedback from CARIS HPD users. Eighteen nations have already adopted HPD in their hydrographic production workflow indicating industry acceptance of a database-driven approach to hydrographic data management and production.

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Fortune, September 21, 2006 - Autodesk ( Charts) ranks no. 62 on Fortune's 2006 list of the 100 Fastest-Growing Companies. The San Rafael, California-based company saw profits rise at a rate of 115% and revenues grow 26% with a stock return of 63% on average annually over the past three years. See article

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