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ESRI


Esri builds the most powerful mapping and location analytics products in the world. An industry standard, ArcGIS is used by more than 350,000 organizations worldwide.

 

 

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Overview

Esri, the global market leader in geographic information system (GIS) software, offers the most powerful mapping and spatial analytics technology available. Since 1969, Esri has helped customers unlock the full potential of data to improve operational and business results. Today, Esri software is deployed in more than 350,000 organizations including the world's largest cities, most national governments, 75 percent of Fortune 500 companies, and more than 7,000 colleges and universities. Esri engineers the most advanced solutions for digital transformation, the Internet of Things (IoT), and location analytics to inform the most authoritative maps in the world.

Partner Type: Independent Software Vendor

Active Locations: Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, North America

Industries: Academic, Banking & Finance, Commercial, Discrete Manufacturing, Facilities, Food & Beverages, Government, Mining, Metallurgy & Material, Oil & Gas, Power Generation, Pulp and Paper, Transmission & Distribution, Transportation, Water & Wastewater

Partner Tier: Registered

Locations

Headquarters

380 New York Street
Redlands, California 92373 United States
Phone: +1(909)793-2853

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Products & Services

 

GIS & The Future of Smart: Insightful, Real-Time, Location Based Analysis for Operational Intelligence

The Future of Smart is here. See how the power of modern GIS drives organizational performance, boosts productivity, and ensures sustainable communities around the world. Esri has years of experience fortifying organizations with higher intelligence. From that experience, we’ve concluded that gaining mastery of operations is a stepwise process that starts with location: 1. Map Your Assets: A map is the baseline of a true common operating picture and the foundation for contextualizing data. When you have the lay of the land, you have a uni ed picture of everything inside and outside the operation. 2. Connect Organization Data: Gaps in data need to be bridged to extract the most value from it. Geographic Information System (GIS) technology pipes information into a map and makes the relationships amid the data vividly apparent. Integrate disparate sources of data from across the organization into one common view based on location. 3. Define Operating Rules: Not all information that operations generate needs to be seen, and much of it needs to be re ned to be of any use. GIS facilitates the implementation of standards and rules that lter out noncritical data, thus exposing the issues that need attention before they grow problematic. 4. Share Intelligence: Decision-making occurs all across your organization. You need to make sure that decisions are based on a consistent, reliable, and up-to-date source of information. GIS enables you to communicate information to decision-makers freely, easily, and automatically. 5. Optimize Work: The fifth and final step eliminates duplication of effort and operational blind spots. With the Esri® ArcGIS® platform, fieldworkers can see their assignments on any device, get turn-by-turn directions to their work location, and collect data about the work they’re doing—all of which feeds back into the operations center for real-time monitoring.

 

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Esri ArcGIS + OSIsoft PI System for Utilities & Communications

Electric - Streamline outage management, comply with regulations, cut costs, and keep your customers loyal. Pipeline - Maximize operational efficiency of your assets by knowing the condition of your pipeline and its surroundings. Water Utilities - Transform infrastructure challenges into opportunities to manage our most precious resource. Gas - Prioritize construction and maintenance, comply with regulations, analyze risk and integrity, and meet demand. Telecommunications - Make smarter decisions that secure the future of your cable, wireless, or wireline network.

 

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