Munsys, Inc. announces the release of Munsys® 10.3 providing compatibility with AutoCAD® 2011, Oracle® 11g R2 and Windows® 7

Florida USA, July 13, 2010 – Munsys, Inc. today announced the release of Munsys® 10.3 providing compatibility with the latest AutoCAD® 2011 products, Oracle® 11g Release 2 and Windows® 7.

Munsys 10.3 brings the powerful Munsys application family in line with the latest technology from Autodesk, Microsoft and Oracle, ensuring that users can continue to benefit from these new product releases.

“The extensive QA and continuous compatibility improvements included in Munsys 10.3 demonstrate the enormous value of purchasing commercial off the shelf software. This enables customers to upgrade their software more effectively without having to rely on custom systems that are expensive to update or are in the process of becoming obsolete,” says Chris Tolken, President, Munsys, Inc.

Munsys customers with up to date Software Update Subscriptions can download Munsys 10.3 from the member’s section at www.munsys.com.

The Munsys solutions include a central database design with pre-defined Oracle Spatial data models and integrated applications for the management of water, sewer, drainage, cadastral, roads and electricity infrastructure. AutoCAD design products are utilized for spatial data creation and editing. Traditional GIS software and other databases are easily integrated using OpenGIS technologies.

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About Munsys, Inc.
Munsys, Inc., with offices in Florida and California, is the primary supplier of sales, services, and technical support for the Munsys family of products in North America. Munsys, Inc. provides database-driven geospatial solutions to utilities and government for the management of cadastral, drainage, electricity, roads, sewer, and water infrastructure.

For more information visit www.munsys.com

Munsys is a registered trademark of Munsys, Inc. in the USA and/or other countries. All other brand names, product names or trademarks belong to their respective holders. © 2010 Munsys, Inc. All rights reserved.




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