Webinar outlines Hexagon x Google Maps integration

By on 14 October, 2020

Following Hexagon’s recent acquisition of Thermopylae Sciences and Technology, join us for a webinar walking through how you can leverage the power of this combined portfolio.

Thermopylae Sciences and Technology, Google’s technology partner for over a decade, has recently been acquired by Hexagon Geospatial, offering a broad new set of capabilities across their product portfolio.

Join us tomorrow to hear from Hexagon’s Angela Manchester and Michael Terner, Data Sciences and Sales Enablement Lead for Google partnerships at Thermopylae, as they show how the power and flexibility of the Google Maps platform can benefit business when combined with Hexagon’s already formidable suite of tools.

“In this digital age, and especially in the age of COVID-19, businesses are relying even more heavily on websites and online transactions” say’s Hexagon’s Angela Manchester. “Learn how your business can leverage Google to optimise your ROI to manage deliveries, update changes in hours of operation, facilitate online autocomplete for your shopping cart transactions, and more.”

Register here to join Angela and Michael in this live webinar on 15 October at 11am AEDT.

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