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June 19, 2015
Three Reasons to Get to Know TCI’s Industry-Leading Mapping Software

Baker City, OR, June 18, 2015 — If you create or edit maps, you most likely use Esri’s ArcGIS, Autodesk’s AutoCAD, or open source QGIS. Are those the best options for your work and your budget? If you’re not sure, it’s time to consider TCI Software’s products.

1. TCI makes software that addresses real world mapping problems. TCI offers advanced rubbersheeting to intelligently adjust one dataset to fit another, customizable curve fitting to accurately simplify complex curves while reducing file size, and complete solutions to create 3D corridor maps for linear features like pipelines.

2. TCI products run on AutoCAD or the low-cost AutoCAD work-alike BricsCAD. If you have existing AutoCAD seats, TCI tools will run as extensions. If you don’t, you can purchase a complete mapping seat based on BricsCAD for under $1000, less than one quarter the price of AutoCAD alone.

3. TCI offers all its products as fully functional 30 day free trials. TCI invites you to try its products to see if they fit your needs. You’ll soon find out why nearly all trial users become avid TCI users.

About TCI

TCI Software has developed mapping and mapping automation tools for more than 25 years. The company joined the Autodesk Developer Network in 1991 and became a BricsCAD Solution Partner in 2013. The product line includes individual tools like Adjust for rubbersheeting and Curvefit for optimizing linework while dramatically reducing file size, packages like MapTools Pro for automating a variety of tasks, and CoriMap, for creating 3D corridor maps that support slope stationing. TCI offerings evolve as users around the world, including TCI staff, tackle today’s mapping challenges.

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