Municipal Software, Corporation, a leading developer of local government business process automation software and a wholly owned subsidiary of Municipal Solutions Group, Inc. (TSX: MSM), announced today that it has signed an agreement to open it's new corporate headquarters at Vancouver Island Technology Park. Municipal Software will occupy approximately 10,000-square-feet of high tech office space to accommodate the company's anticipated growth. 

"Municipal Software Corporation has grown from 2 employees at its inception in 1982 to more than 40 people locally" said Rob Bennett, President & CEO. "Municipal Software wanted to ensure that our new corporate facility would accommodate our steady growth, as well as provide a pleasing and dynamic working environment for our employees and our customers. We believe our new location will help us continue to attract and retain the high-caliber employees that are so important to our business. It's essential to provide a healthy productive environment for our employees. And VITP's LEED Gold rated facility delivers that. We will also need to bring our government customers from all over North America to a world-class facility, and it was clear that the Tech Park provided the best flexibility and opportunity for us." 

"This is an exciting day, as this announcement brings another world class company to Vancouver Island Technology Park. Municipal Software Corporation has clients in 29 states and 5 provinces, and has been in business for over 20 years," stated Dale Gann, Marketing Manager of the Vancouver Island Technology Park. "Municipal Software Corporation (www.MunicipalSoftware.com) is the one-stop provider of everything government needs to automate their business processes including the software, the training, the service and the post-purchase support. Microsoft recently named Municipal Software Corporation the worldwide Gold Medal Winner in the Packaged Application Category of the Microsoft Certified Partner Awards. 

"Vancouver Island Technology Park is committed to working with Municipal Software Corporation to develop a location that will be advantageous for their business. We pride ourselves in being able to deliver on the specific business development needs of our clients. This relationship is a win-win situation for all parties," stated Sandy Beaman, General Manager of Vancouver Island Technology Park.