Redlands, California, USA—Consolidated Utility District of Tennessee can now leverage its investment in GIS technology for field and office operations through participation in ESRI’s Small Utility Enterprise License Agreement (SU-ELA) programme. Consolidated Utility District uses GIS to make departmental information accessible across the organization, track fleet vehicles, and support field personnel. The SU-ELA program makes it easy and cost-effective for the water utility to maximize and expand its GIS capabilities.
The SU-ELA program, available to utilities in the United States with 100,000 meters/connections provides Consolidated Utility District with unlimited deployments of ESRI’s ArcGIS platform to desktop, server, and mobile devices. It includes staff training, maintenance and support for products, and passes to ESRI’s International User Conference. Consolidated Utility District plans to extend its use of GIS to enable digital editing of infrastructure information in the field, increase its use of utility network analysis tools, and make access to the GIS easier for users in a variety of departments.