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[June 28, 2013]

Paladin Data Systems' Announces Pilot Project with Regional Councils of Government Across the State of New Mexico

Poulsbo, WA, Jun 28, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Paladin Data Systems, a leading developer and provider of software development, integration, implementation, database administration, and project management services, announced today the launch of a pilot project with the Regional Councils of Government (COGS) across the state of New Mexico. The project establishes a web-based tool built on Paladin's Panoramic technology and is designed to facilitate the work of the state COGS.

The pilot will design and test a Panoramic-based prototype database to track and communicate information about the statewide Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) and the Aging and Long Term Services Capital Outlay program. New Mexico COGS, known jointly as NewMARC, are regional planning organizations that play an important role in implementing and administering state programs in their respective regions across the state of New Mexico. The project is funded by the State of New Mexico Department of Transportation and New Mexico State Agency on Aging.

"This partnership provides an exciting opportunity for Paladin to aid the State of New Mexico to streamline statewide programs and increase transparency with their citizens using Panoramic technology," Panoramic Business Development Manager, Jeff Pavey said.

Panoramic is used by a diverse number of organizations including nationwide by US Fish & Wildlife Service, various Washington State agencies, including the Department of Transportation, as well as private-sector organizations.

About Panoramic Panoramic is designed for Program Managers who need to plan, track, evaluate, and share information about their program. Panoramic is a web-based system helping organizations communicate the purpose, activities, locations, and accomplishments of their programs. Panoramic provides spatial integration, cross-organization collaboration, performance reporting can be specifically tailored to nearly any program.

About Paladin Data Systems Corporation Winner of numerous prestigious awards that include Top DoD Program Award, Paladin Data Systems provides software development integration, implementation, database administration, and project management services for numerous industries in both the public and private sector. For more information about Paladin Data Systems and the full suite of products available, please visit http://www.PaladinData.com.

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