HUNTSVILLE, Ala., June 21, 2005 - Intergraph Corporation
Intergraph was recognized by VARBusiness magazine as one of the biggest public-sector integrators in the United States, ranking 26th on its list of 100 government technology contractors. VARBusiness and the Answers Research firm collected and analyzed data for the rankings, which are based on fiscal year 2004 revenue.
Washington Technology magazine's annual Top 100 list of Federal Contractors also features Intergraph. The list was compiled through analysis of fiscal 2004 procurement data from the U.S. General Services Administration's new Federal Procurement Data System-Next Generation.
Intergraph provides local, national, federal and regional governments with a broad suite of spatial information management solutions, which integrate vast amounts of technical information - from security incident information to aircraft supply data to shipbuilding configuration data. In the U.S. government, Intergraph's focus is homeland security, force protection, information systems integration, installation management and related IT services.
"Intergraph's government business remains strong and vibrant," said Preetha Pulusani, president of the Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure division. "We have a long history of providing solutions that help government agencies manage and visualize complex data for better, faster decision-making. Our continual inclusion on lists such as those compiled by VARBusiness and Washington Technology reaffirms what our government customers have told us for the last 35 years, that we have a strong commitment to providing the best technology and services that meet their needs and enhance productivity."
The median 2004 revenue on the VARBusiness government list was $61 million. The magazine reported Intergraph's government revenue to be more than twice the median amount, with about two-thirds of the revenue coming from U.S. government agencies. "Companies like Intergraph are powering our national economic engine and keeping it competitive," said Robert C. DeMarzo, VARBusiness publisher.
According to Washington Technology, in 2004, the contractors on the magazine's list garnered $55.6 billion of the $67.3 billion IT dollars that the U.S. government spent last year. Up from 68 percent in 2003, the top 100 companies accounted for 83 percent of all federal IT dollars in 2004.
"These numbers clearly show the growing role the Top 100 companies play in serving federal agencies," said Nick Wakeman, senior editor, who directed Washington Technology's Top 100 coverage.
Intergraph Corporation (NASDAQ: INGR) is the leading global provider of spatial information management (SIM) software. Security organizations, businesses and governments in more than 60 countries rely on the company's spatial technology and services to make better and faster operational decisions. Intergraph's customers organize vast amounts of complex data into understandable visual representations, creating intelligent maps, managing assets, building and operating better plants and ships, and protecting critical infrastructure and millions of people around the world. For more information, visit http://www..intergraph.com/.
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