Source: ProStar.
  • Provac Australia Pty Ltd.  has adopted ProStar’s (MAPS) PointMan solution to manage its utility systems
  • PointMan is a patented cloud and mobile mapping software app that captures, records, and displays the location of critical surface and subsurface infrastructure
  • Provac provides services in both underground utility locating and non-destructive vacuum digging
  • ProStar (MAPS) opened trading at $0.155 per share

Provac Australia Pty Ltd. has adopted ProStar’s (MAPS) PointMan solution to manage its utility systems.

PointMan is a patented cloud and mobile mapping software app that captures, records, and displays the location of critical surface and subsurface infrastructure.

Provac provides services in both underground utility locating and non-destructive vacuum digging. The business offers its services throughout Australia, including the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Southeast Queensland, and Victoria.

“We pride ourselves on being a forward-thinking business and remaining on the forefront of underground locating technologies,” stated Rhys Lambert, the company’s General Manager of Operations. “After searching for well over a year for a precision utility mapping solution that could meet all of our operational needs, we selected PointMan as it meets our high standards and offers unprecedented accuracy, aligns with our growth strategy, and best of all, is it is very easy to use and cost-effective.”

“Adding another major company in Australia speaks volumes for us on many levels,” added Page Tucker, ProStar’s CEO. “It indicates that PointMan is now a brand name that is gaining global recognition, seen as best in class and that it can add value to a company’s operations anywhere in the world.”

ProStar is in the business of precision mapping solutions with a focus on the critical infrastructure industry. Its list of clients includes Fortune 500 construction companies, utility owners, government agencies, engineering and surveying firms, as well as municipalities.

ProStar (MAPS) opened trading at $0.155 per share.

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