"The addition of Scott to our team demonstrates our continued commitment to leadership in the homebuilding industry and will propel the growth of new business for our LandVision Builder Developer solution," Digital Map Products CEO Jim Skurzynski said. "Scott's expansive knowledge of the homebuilding sector provides him with critical insights on the importance of location based technology and data in advancing the specific business interests of our clients."
Ellison was previously Director of Business Development for Metrostudy, a Hanley Wood Company, overseeing new business growth in primary and secondary market information for housing related industries. Prior to his role with Metrostudy, Ellison held sales executive positions with Hanley Wood Market Intelligence and The Meyers Group. In addition, Ellison has also served on the Board of Directors for the Homebuilders Council of Orange County.
Digital Map Products is best known in the homebuilding market for its LandVision Builder Developer product which facilitates the identification, qualification, acquisition and ongoing management of land and redevelopment opportunities. Ellison is responsible for the health and growth of new business in the homebuilding sector nationally, with planned expansion into key regional markets in 2014.
To learn more about how Digital Map Products helps the homebuilding industry maximize their development potential with LandVision, please visit http://www.digmap.com/PR/LandVision-Maximize-Development-Potential.html
About Digital Map Products
Digital Map Products is a leading provider of web-enabled spatial solutions that bring the power of spatial technology to mainstream business, government and consumer applications. SpatialStream, the company's SaaS spatial development platform, enables the rapid development of spatial applications. Its ParcelStream web service is powering national real estate websites with millions of hits per hour. LandVision and GovClarity are embedded mapping solutions for real estate and local government. To learn more, visit http://www.DigitalMapProducts.com.