For Immediate Release
September 18, 2019

Max Hully Joins Caliper Corporation

NEWTON, MA (USA) - Caliper Corporation is pleased to announce that Max Hully has joined the firm as a software engineer. Max is experienced in developing software and redistricting apps using Javascript and Python, and has extensive expertise in mathematics and geometry, gained through academic research and at the Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group (a nonpartisan research organization). Max is interested in voting rights and in building tools and web resources to make redistricting accessible to everyone.

Dr. Howard Slavin, Caliper's President, stated that “we are delighted to augment our development team with a person of Max's skill and experience as we continue to support our rapidly growing mapping and redistricting user base with the best professional software tools for solving new and emerging redistricting and Geographic Information System (GIS) problems.”

At Caliper, Mr. Hully will play a key role in charting the evolution of Caliper's industry-leading software products for redistricting and location intelligence.

About Maptitude for Redistricting

Maptitude for Redistricting is the professional tool for political redistricting. The ease-of-use, fitness-for-purpose, and competitive pricing of Maptitude for Redistricting have made Maptitude the dominant product for political redistricting. Maptitude provides measures and reports that support the creation of fair and balanced districts. Maptitude is constantly enhanced and provides cutting-edge tools such as the Efficiency Gap Measure for exploring redistricting problems. Maptitude was used to democratize redistricting in California and is used by the majority of redistricters, from independent commissions, non-profits, and civil rights groups, to the courts and political parties.

About Caliper

Caliper is a privately held corporation and is a leading developer of mappingredistrictingtransportation, and GIS software. Maptitude for Redistricting is used by a super majority of the state legislatures, political parties, and public interest groups.