In this inundated information age, most of the sectors are swamped with a surfeit of data. GIS has emerged as a data sharing and collaborative model, leading to the piece of a continuous, inter-operable GIS database on almost all subjects globally. Also, by incorporating elements of the Web and cloud computing and integrating real-time data through the IoT, GIS has become a relevant platform for every domain.
While cloud vendors may provide basic mapping and location capabilities with their cloud services, Esri is leading the way with a comprehensive geospatial cloud strategy and platform for supporting a complete spectrum of location capabilities. These range from simple mapping and location analytics to sophisticated tools for addressing complex geospatial problems.
With the evolving trends such as the IoT, there will be even more spatial data to leverage. Most Esri users — including thousands of leading businesses, as well as most local, state, and national governments — are systematically integrating Esri’s cloud-based geospatial capabilities into their operations. They are incorporating Esri’s Geospatial Cloud services into their on-premises systems and workflows. Despite whether it is small or large retailers, transportation, logistics optimization, wholesalers, or supply chain logistics, to remain competitive, almost any business must become a GIS company.
In order to help companies in this space, CIO Applications has compiled a list of the leading ESRI providers that are guiding firms in creating and sharing billions of maps daily, narrating stories and uncovering trends and patterns about everything virtually. We hope this edition of CIO Applications helps you build the partnership you and your firm need to foster a healthier future.
We present to you CIO Applications’ “Top 10 Esri Solution Providers ”