At the 2019 Esri® Partner Conference in Palm Springs, Calif., Esri president and CEO Jack Dangermond presented Cityworks® with two awards: Partnering for Success and Going Global by Staying Local.

“I’m honored to have the opportunity to provide recognition to those partners that have gone above and beyond to apply GIS to some of the toughest issues our customers face today, and lay the groundwork for a brighter future,” said Dangermond.

Going Global by Staying Local recognizes the strategic, targeted approach used by Cityworks and Esri distributors when collaborating with joint clients. Together, Cityworks and Esri distributors support local government, public works, and utility clients in seven countries around the globe.

Partnering for Success jointly recognizes Cityworks and UtiliSync for their partnership in solving client needs through technology and collaboration. By combining the flexible inspection forms of UtiliSync with the GIS-centric reporting and analytical capabilities of Cityworks, municipal organizations enjoy an expanded public asset management solution to better plan and simplify work, prioritize problems, analyze and inform asset management plans, and meet organizational objectives.

“We work hard to foster an engaged and motivated community of partners who use ArcGIS to help communities become more resilient, sustainable, and safe,” said Brian Haslam, president and CEO of Cityworks. “Our technology platform is designed as a pure-play ArcGIS solution for public asset management, and our most successful partners are also creating differentiated solutions for a GIS-centric environment.”

Cityworks has been recognized repeatedly for outstanding achievements and top-level performance and is currently among a small, distinguished group of Esri Platinum Partners.

Cityworks employees and Jack Dangermond pause for a photo at the 2019 Esri Partner Conference


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