Cityworks, the leading provider of GIS-centric management solutions, recognizes multiple Cityworks clients recently honored by Esri with their prestigious Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) Award at the 2011 Esri International User Conference in San Diego, California, held last month. Cityworks congratulate these agencies for their achievements in utilizing ArcGIS, Cityworks, and other GIS-centric applications and solutions.
Selected for outstanding work in GIS, the following Cityworks client sites were selected to receive the SAG award from over 100,000 user sites worldwide:
City and County of Denver (Colorado)
City of Loveland and City of Loveland, Public Works Department (Colorado)
City of Wilmington, Public Works Department (Delaware)
Charleston Water System (South Carolina)
City of Greenville (South Carolina)
Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County (Tennessee)
City of Houston, Planning and Development Department (Texas)
The above listed Cityworks users were presented the SAG award by Jack Dangermond, President of Esri, at a formal ceremony on Wednesday, July 13, 2011, at the ESRI International User Conference held at the San Diego Convention Center. At the event hosted by Mr. Dangermond, the industry thought leader shared his appreciation for the innovative work in GIS being performed around the world and honored and recognized the SAG award winners for making significant contributions and advancements through GIS.
“Cityworks would like to congratulate our users; Denver, Loveland, Wilmington, Charleston, Greenville, Nashville and Davidson County, and Houston; as well as the other recipients of the SAG award, for their outstanding work with GIS,” commends Brian Haslam, President of Cityworks. “We share Esri’s opinion of these clients’ and their commitment to GIS-centric solutions. Year after year, Cityworks users are recognized by Esri with the distinguished SAG award, solidifying Cityworks as an asset/work management and permitting system that takes full advantage of GIS, leveraging and building upon its inherent benefits.”