Since its founding in 2011. LSE had had a close working relationship with Hexagon’s Geosystems division. LSE plays a great role in developing several Geosystems software solutions, such as GeoMax X-PAD and IDS u-Viewer. The business will now report to Katy Broder under the Construction Tools division.
“LSE has demonstrated a keen understanding of user experience needs in software across the geospatial industry,” said Katy Broder, Construction Tools Division President. “We welcome LSE to Hexagon and look forward to working together on new software solutions across Geosystems.”
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