Monday, December 9, 2013
The Associated Press
YARMOUTH — DeLorme has laid-off 15 employees, the first cuts the company has made in nearly ten years.
A company spokesman told WCSH-TV the staff reductions are needed to ensure the company can compete in a global marketplace.
The company has been making the transition from paper maps to more digital products.
DeLorme describes itself as a leading provider of mapping products, technologies, and data for the consumer and professional markets.