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North Hertfordshire

March 6, 2015

World’s First Garden City Looks to the Future with GIS Software from Cadcorp

STEVENAGE, United Kingdom, March 6, 2015—North Hertfordshire District Council (NHDC) is migrating from a bespoke web mapping application to an off-the-shelf application from British software developer, Cadcorp. The upgrade will make interactive web mapping available to more than 300 council employees. NHDC’s GIS Manager, John Barnacle, explains the move, “The Council licensed Cadcorp’s geospatial web services