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ThinkGeo Releases New Map Suite Icon Library Product

January 29, 2008

Lawrence, KS — After receiving many requests for an icon library that boasts a wide variety of uses in various projects, ThinkGeo recently unveiled its newest addition to the Map Suite product line: the Map Suite Icon Library.

The product, offered "royalty-free" allows for the icons to be used for personal and commercial projects without any further costs. Clients may display the icons in commercial projects, software applications, graphic design projects, blogs or other websites."

Designed by the ThinkGeo team, the icons are fresh, eye catching and professional, mirroring design trends in the market. Icon categories include: people, places, symbols & hazards, vehicles and weather and offer several subcategories.

Jeremy Dannebohm, Marketing Director for ThinkGeo, pointed out that the new product will appeal to a larger audience than the typical ThinkGeo market.

"Certainly the icon library will appear to a much broader clientele than simply software developers. ThinkGeo is looking forward to expanding its products and professional services to a wider variety of professional needs." Dannebohm said.

"If you look at how the GIS mapping industry has evolved over the past few years, you can easily recognize that our products and services are being used in countless aspects of the business community." Dannebohm stated. "We strive to listen to the needs of industry professionals and meet them with cutting edge software designed to fit even the most obscure project."

For more product information please visit ThinkGeo's website at http://gis.thinkgeo.com.

ThinkGeo is an industry leader in GIS mapping controls and components. The company offers a wide variety of high-quality products for software developers who are using mapping and geospatial functionality within their applications. They have clients from a wide base of industries ranging from agriculture to aerospace. For more information about ThinkGeo products or professional services, visit http://gis.thinkgeo.com.