Stennis Space Center, Miss., September 4, 2015 — When examining Mississippi’s contributions to the technology world, there are tech veterans whose works are still being felt, and there are young minds who are bringing new ideas. The Tech 21 is the Mississippi Business Journal’s take on some of the top contributors to technology in Mississippi and the world. EIGS members, Craig Harvey, COO/ Executive VP of NVision Solutions Inc. and David Moore, Founder, President & CEO of Navagis were named in this Tech 21 list.
Harvey has worked in the field of geospatial science for 20 years. At NVision Solutions Inc. he has been named 2005 Louisiana Technology Innovator of the Year, 2006 Mississippi Innovator of the Year, and a Tibbett’s award winner in 2006 for excellence in federal research for NASA related projects. NVision finds geospatial solutions for small and large organizations
.David Moore knows maps. While at the Army Corps of Engineers where he created Corpsglobe, one of the largest Google Earth Enterprise installations outside of Google. In 2008 he founded Navagis, which helps create operating maps to visualize critical information. He’s also spent time working with Google.
“The MBJ Tech 21 list is a perfect example of how our EIGS members hold a special combination of both tech talent and vision for our state,” said Natalie Guess, Director of EIGS, “I’m proud of our partnership with these two Mississippi companies and I’m thrilled to see their leadership recognized.”
For more information about EIGS, its business members, or how to join, please visit www.magnolia-ba.bizFor more information about Tech 21 please visit http://msbusiness.com/2015/08/tech-21-mississippis-most-wanted-in-technology-for-2015/