Geophysical Micro Computer Applications (International) Ltd. Announces Name Change to NetDriven Solutions Inc.
Geophysical Micro Computer Applications (International) Inc. announced on March 7th, 2000 that it has changed its corporate name to NetDriven Solutions Inc. in order to properly reflect its new broad based technology focus.
Over the past year, GMA has successfully redirected its business focus toward the rapidly expanding technology industry. The acquisition by GMA in April 1999 of NRI On-line, one of the largest network enabled virtual data storage and distribution facilities in Canada, was GMA's initial step toward its change in focus. The acquisition of NRI also gave GMA 45 percent Ownership in InterBack Restore Ltd., an Internet-based, remote data back-up service company whose growth opportunities exist throughout a broad market of small and mid-sized companies, as well as with home-based computer users. The acquisition of NTI newspaper technologies by GMA in September 1999 is expected to provide GMA with access to international media markets.
New Venue for OSEA 2000
The venue for the 13th Offshore South East Asia Exhibition and Conference, OSEA 2000, has been changed and the event will now run at the new Singapore Expo exhibition centre in Singapore. The show dates will remain unchanged at November 28th - December 1st.
The new exhibition and conference venue, inaugurated in June of last year, provides 60,000 square meters of exhibition space and conference facilities for 1200 delegates, making it the largest and most modern facility, of its kind in South East Asia.
CFE Industries Inc. Sign Exclusive Distribution Agreement with Laser Technology, Inc.
CFE Industries Inc. announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary CFE Equipment Inc. has signed a Canadian exclusive distribution agreement with Laser Technology, Inc. of the United States for their state of the art Laser Measuring Systems and software.
The agreement provides for exclusive distribution and marketing of LTI's laser measuring products developed to simplify a number of surveying mapping tasks used in a variety of industries including forestry, mining, construction and survey. For over 15 years, LTI has developed a proven line-up of advanced laser-based designed products.
Geo-X Systems Processing Division Moves to a New Location
As of May 1, 2000, Geo-X's processing operations are located in the Ernst & Young Tower, just completed beside the Eau Claire YMCA. The new address is:
Geo-X Systems Ltd.
500, 440- 2nd Avenue S.W.
Calgary, Alberta T2P 5E9
Phone: (403) 298-5600
Fax: (403) 264-1057
The ARAM division will remain in its present location at 5th Avenue Place until the fall of 2000, when it will be moving to its own manufacturing facility near the Calgary International Airport. In preparation for the physical separation of the two divisions, ARAM has changed its phone number. The new numbers for contacting the ARAM division are:
Phone: (403) 537-2100
Fax: (403) 537-2101
These will remain the same after the move.