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June 8, 2015
Weyerhaeuser Goes Live with FlexiCadastre for Managing Mineral Interests

June 8, 2015 — Spatial Dimension is excited to announce the go-live of FlexiCadastre for minerals lease management at Weyerhaeuser, one of the world's largest private owners of timberlands

“We are very excited to have gone live with yet another FlexiCadastre implementation at a large timber company in the United States,” said Mike Baumgartner, Managing Director for Spatial Dimension Canada.

“The completion of this project highlights the effective use of FlexiCadastre in assisting large private landowners manage the terms, conditions, production data and royalty revenue from the leasing of their non-timber resources.”

“FlexiCadastre is the premier solution for land management within large multinational mining companies across the globe. We are excited to see growth in the uptake of our solution from other industries holding large land portfolios where our highly configurable solution, combined with our global experience can be leveraged to derive maximum revenue opportunities from mineral assets.”

About Weyerhaeuser Minerals
Weyerhaeuser is one of the world's largest private owners of timberlands. With so much experience managing natural resources and with stewardship over so much land, it makes sense that Weyerhaeuser is also involved in managing mineral resources. The company promotes exploration activity and supports production and development on 5.3 million surface acres (7.1 million mineral acres) that it owns in North America's most productive tree-growing regions. For more information, visit www.weyerhaeuser.com/Businesses/Minerals

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