Cityworks Proudly Sponsors 2015 Esri International User Conference

Cityworks is greeting more than 15,000 people at the 2015 Esri International User Conference, July 21-23, at the San Diego Convention Center. As an Esri Platinum Business Partner and Platinum-level conference sponsor, the company is hosting technical presentations, sponsoring special interest group meetings, and showcasing their leading GIS-centric management solutions built exclusively on Esri’s GIS technology.

A large share of the Cityworks community are attending the conference, including users, business partners, and staff. The agenda includes a variety of Cityworks-specific technical and case study presentations on topics, such as enterprise asset management, transportation applications, utilities management, and mobile and land use. Cityworks business partners are on hand sharing ideas and experience, and addressing customer questions. Cityworks is also sponsor to the Esri PublicWorks, Transportation, and Water industry meetings and social gatherings along with Regional User Group Receptions.

“The partnership we share with Esri is at the core of our business,” said Brian Haslam, president and CEO of Cityworks. “Our customers recognize the inherent value of the GIS data they manage with Esri’s platform, and leverage that investment with Cityworks. From the beginning, we’ve been empowering our customers with applications that put their data to work. Today, we continue to lead the way, extending the GIS platform with genuine and dependable GIS-centric solutions that go well beyond any other system.”

Cityworks has been a significant participant and contributor to the world’s largest GIS event for more than 20 years. Taking advantage of GIS-centric solutions that function as an integral component in nearly every type of organization, Cityworksusers orchestrate the day-to-day business of managing assets, permitting, code enforcement, and licensing. From airports to marinas, roadways to skating rinks, Cityworks is a proven, genuine, and award-winning GIS-centric solution.