Redlands, California, USA, 20 February 2007 – ESRI will showcase ArcGIS, the complete enterprise GIS, at the Geospatial Information and Technology Association (GITA) Annual Conference 30 in San Antonio, Texas, March 4 to 7, 2007. ESRI will demonstrate its unique approach to the management and use of geospatial knowledge that can benefit utility organizations of all sizes.
In addition, ESRI president Jack Dangermond will present a paper called ‘Enterprise GIS, Exploring the Possibilities for Mission Critical Operations’. His presentation will focus on the latest trends in GIS and its impact on mission critical operations.
Dangermond notes, “Geospatial knowledge and functionality underpin the vast majority of business processes within companies that manage complex infrastructures. Whether it’s powerful visualization and cartographic mapping, enterprise spatial analysis, comprehensive data management, or interoperable solutions, ESRI GIS software meets the needs of utility organizations of all sizes. ESRI technology helps engineering, design, maintenance, and construction as well as other activities like customer care, billing, forecasting, and environmental management.”
More than 30 ESRI partners offering extended applications, solutions, and services for the infrastructure community will be exhibiting at the show. The ESRI team will be in booth 233.