Empowering Communities with GIS Intelligence

Operations crews thrive when they have access to accurate, up-to-date information regardless of where they are. Yet many organizations rely on paper forms and legacy work management systems that create service backlogs and reporting headaches....

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The following are the major trends that we see affecting GIS: Platforms.  Computing platforms continue to proliferate and diversify, and Esri is working to provide solutions across all of these platforms. “Pervasive mapping,” which is...

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The City of Longview, Texas, is experiencing substantial benefits with Cityworks, the leading provider of GIS-centric management solutions. Positive results from Cityworks include enhanced GIS capabilities, better reporting, time and cost savings, and the benefits...

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Sandy, UT —Cityworks, the leading provider of GIS-centric management solutions, recently hosted a charitable event at the 2011 Cityworks User Conference to raise money for the Trichotillomania Learning Center (TLC). The 3-putt Challenge generated over...

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The City of Newport News, Virginia, is experiencing sustained results across the organization with Cityworks, the leading provider of GIS-centric management solutions.  As a longtime user of the program, the City attests to Cityworks effectiveness and...

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Geographically, Surrey is the largest non-amalgamated city in Canada.  With its fast-growing population of 500,000, it is currently the second largest city in British Columbia and projected to surpass Vancouver’s population by the year 2020. ...

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Utility and public works managers today are faced with the predicament of aging infrastructure (such as water, sewer, roads, bridges, etc.), budgets and staffing that are stretched to capacity, and increased regulatory requirements. Over the...

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Hunter Hardman Hunter is a part-time employee in documentation, who was hired in the fall of 2010. He is a student at Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) where he is majoring in architecture. He writes...

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Q: What led Port Angeles to implement Cityworks? A: Before implementing Cityworks, Port Angeles had just constructed a new $30 million water treatment plant associated with the federal government’s removal of the Elwha Dam and...

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Q: What led to the implementation of Cityworks at the City of Omaha? A: Cityworks was originally implemented in Douglas County during the spring of 2005. The County Engineer was looking for a tool to...

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Q: What led Evanston to implement Cityworks? A: Evanston’s Utilities Department staff had a need to track work activities on water and sewer assets in a GIS-based asset management system (AMS). In 2004, the City...

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