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Don Compton
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Geographic Solutions, under contract with the Region 2000 Workforce Investment Board, successfully implemented the new state-of-the-art Virtual OneStop Version 5.1 software in Lynchburg, Virginia.

Geographic Solutions and the Oracle Corporation, in a collaborative development, successfully implemented an advanced statewide Oracle-based Virtual OneStop solution for North Dakota.

Geographic Solutions, the leader in workforce development applications, has set the standard for web-based labor market information systems with the release of Virtual LMI.

The Virtual OneStop Version 5.1 solution is advancing the workforce development sector's online potential.

Virtual OneStop's enhanced reporting capabilities allow managers and staff to evaluate the performance and effectiveness of their system.

Geographic Solutions is proud to announce the arrival of the highly anticipated Virtual OneStop Version 5.0. New features in Version 5.0 include

The Tennessee Department of Labor & Workforce Development is proud to announce the launch of the new website, The Source. The Source is an in-depth database of employment and industry information designed to assist the public with a wide range of needs from personal career planning to business location planning.

Traffic is always heavy at the Geographic Solutions' JETT*CON booth, but this year there was more reason than ever. The release of a new version of Virtual OneStop, the nation's premier operating system for one-stops, always draws a large crowd.

These days, that same building is home to Geographic Solutions, a software company. The building has largely remained the same over the years, but where one might have expected to find such staples as brooms, molasses and wheat, now there are computers, telephones and faxes.

The Palm Harbor Historical Society made a bit of history this week. In a ceremony Wednesday, members of the group and guests placed the first of a planned series of historical plaques on the side of a local old building.