Intergraph Selected by Hawaiian Telcom

BearingPoint to Integrate Intergraph G/Technology

HUNTSVILLE, Ala., Jan. 5, 2006 – Intergraph Corporation today announced Hawaiian Telcom, Hawaii’s leading telecommunications provider, has selected Intergraph’s G/Technology as the enabling engine for its geospatial resource management (GRM) environment. G/Technology’s communication-specific solutionware will streamline Hawaiian Telcom’s business processes by integrating critical workflows among applications that manage, monitor and maintain its service-delivery network. Intergraph’s GRM system will provide Hawaiian Telcom with open database access, scalability and high performance that will simplify projects and processes.

BearingPoint, Inc., (NYSE:BE) a leading global management and technology consulting firm, will facilitate the end-to-end integration to support the company’s changing network topology and minimize the geographical barriers associated with legacy systems. G/Technology will support workflows for new connections, fault repair and operations within an enterprise environment that includes enterprisewide integration with Peoplesoft Enterprise applications such as Asset Management, Resource Allocation, Inventory, the Hawaiian Telcom Circuit Assignment Systems as well as other core enterprise systems.

“Intergraph has proven its ability to successfully develop and deploy large-scale Outside Plant solutions with the scalability and performance requirements we need,” said Dan Masutomi, Network Engineering Manager, Hawaiian Telcom. “G/Technology (Design, Mobile and Web Solutions) will enable us to create and maintain a comprehensive geospatial network facility model, allowing us to manage increasingly complex network engineering and administration issues. The ability to handle these issues promptly and effectively will enable us to streamline our processes and provide better service to our customers.”

“BearingPoint is pleased to work with Intergraph on this important project,” said Laddie Suk, Managing Director with BearingPoint’s Communications and Content practice. “We evaluated a number of systems and recommended Intergraph on the strength of both the functionality and experience they would bring to the team.”

Jay Stinson, Vice President and General Manager, Intergraph Utilities and Communications, said, “The selection of G/Technology by Hawaiian Telcom is part of the growing number of large telecommunications providers that are moving to the G/Technology platform. BearingPoint’s integration experience coupled with Intergraph’s communication-specific solutionware provides Hawaiian Telcom with a comprehensive workflow-based asset information system that will speed decision support.”


About Intergraph

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 Join us at Intergraph 2006! Visit http://www.intergraph2006.comto find out more!

About Hawaiian Telcom

Hawaiian Telcom is the state’s leading telecommunications provider, offering a wide spectrum of telecommunications products and services, which include local and long distance service, digital subscriber line (DSL) broadband for Internet use, wireless services, and print directory and Internet directory services. For more information, visit

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Allison Lowery Pullen, Corporate Communications


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