Redlands, California—With the success of ESRI’s Small Municipal and County Government Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) Program, announced earlier this year, ESRI business partner Azteca Systems, Inc., recently announced a corresponding local government ELA program for its Cityworks software.
Both programs provide wide access to the companies’ respective software for municipal and county governments in the United States that manage localities with populations of fewer than 100,000 people.
ESRI’s ELA makes available unlimited deployments of its geographic information system (GIS) software using a three-tiered pricing schedule based on population. Azteca is offering ELA agreements for its Cityworks software suite for asset maintenance management and permitting solutions, which are used in conjunction with ArcGIS.
Observes Chuck Cmeyla, ESRI public works industry manager, “Pairing the ELA agreements together provides an ideal opportunity for small governments across the United States to more easily manage their asset information and infrastructures at the enterprise level. Benefits include faster and more efficient enterprise-wide deployments that raise customer satisfaction, lower operating costs for enterprise-wide deployment, and increase return on technology investments.”