IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- Jul 30, 2012 -- Digital Map Products (DMP) is excited to announce that its President and CEO, Jim Skurzynski, will be a panelist at Inman News' upcoming Real Estate Connect Conference in San Francisco, CA. This industry leading conference, which attracts the real estate industry's most influential leaders, decision makers, innovators and experts, will take place August 1st - 3rd.
Mr. Skurzynski will be speaking on the panel "The Future of Real Estate Mapping: Where Are We Heading?" on Wednesday, August 1st from 3:45 pm - 4:20 pm. The panel will be an open discussion about what's next in consumer mapping applications and how real estate leaders are making the most of the new map landscape. Moderated by Joel Burslem, Principal of 1000 Watt Consulting, the panel brings together thought leaders in the real estate mapping arena and promises to be an engaging and informative discussion.
As CEO and founder of Digital Map Products, a leading provider of cloud-based mapping solutions for real estate, government and technology industries, Mr. Skurzynski is well versed in how real estate organizations can use mapping technology and location data to improve their websites, enhance communication with clients, and help real estate professionals deliver local market expertise.
To learn more about Digital Map Products' real estate mapping solutions or to arrange a meeting with Digital Map Products at Real Estate Connect visit: http://www.digmap.com/Campaign/MappingAtREConnectSF2012.html.
About Digital Map Products
Digital Map Products is a leading provider of web-enabled spatial solutions that bring the power of mapping technology to mainstream business, government and consumer applications. SpatialStream™, the company's SaaS spatial development platform, enables the rapid development of spatial applications. Its ParcelStream™ web service is powering national real estate websites with millions of hits per hour. LandVision™ and CityGIS™ are embedded GIS solutions for real estate and local government. To learn more, visit http://www.digmap.com.