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ESRI to showcase Service Oriented Architecture GIS at Interop Conference

California, USA, 09 May 2007: ESRI announced that it will showcase ArcGIS Server at Interop conference, Las Vegas in Nevada, May 20–25, 2007. It is said that it will provide an opportunity to show how ArcGIS Server can geospatially enable service-oriented architecture (SOA) systems.

At Interop, ESRI is planning highlight the power and flexibility of its complete solution for geospatial intelligence by demonstrating key technologies and solutions including ArcGIS Server. This enterprise GIS server delivers capabilities for integrating mapping, spatial analysis, and modeling within the enterprise. It is designed to plug into an SOA and includes administrative tools for integrating GIS services with other enterprise services.

ArcGIS Server supports interoperability standards including ISO, OASIS, W3C, ANSI, and Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc (OGC). Also, ArcGIS Server integrates with other enterprise systems such as customer relationship management (CRM) or enterprise resource planning (ERP) using industry-standard software. As a result, organizations gain new value from existing information, which, in turn, improves the decision-making process and increases return on investment.

At the event, ESRI will demonstrate how its software provides geospatial services in an SOA environment through a complete set of tools for desktop, server, and mobile devices that is combined with a robust Software Development Kit (SDK) for .NET and Java.