Emapsite CEO James Cutler elected to AGI Council

by | Dec 8, 2015

December 8, 2015 ” An early pioneer of web mapping solutions for professionals has been elected to the ruling council of the UK's geographic information industry body.

James Cutler, Chief Executive of award-winning data services provider emapsite, will take up his seat on the AGI Council in January 2016.

Since co-founding the dot com start-up with Justin Saunders in 2000, James has steered emapsite's growth as an essential point of entry to geodata and solutions for customers in a range of sectors.

Successes include the market take-up of emapsite's MapShop and Contractor Link services, the development of OGC-compliant web mapping, ISO certification and supplying the UK government's G-Cloud procurement datastore.

James said: It is a great privilege and honour to join such a highly respected and influential body as the AGI Council.  I aim to make a positive and meaningful contribution. There is much we can do for our members and the wider GI industry through lobbying, enlightened advocacy and thought leadership.

The AGI Council is elected by the AGI Membership and meets at least five times a year. Meetings cover the business of the AGI, updates from AGI Groups and wider industry issues.

David Henderson, AGI Chair, said: James is a well-known and much respected figure in our industry and we are thrilled to welcome him on board as an active Council member.

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