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ESRI

(Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc., Redlands, CA, www.esri.com) The world's leading developer of geographic information systems (GIS) software, including programs that plot ZIP codes and addresses, demographic information and detailed, color-coded data. Founded in 1969 by Jack and Laura Dangermond, the company is still privately held. From two employees and USD $1,100 in savings, the company became the market leader in GIS technology with products such as ArcView and Arc Cad, which marked the integration of CAD and GIS technologies.
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For more than 30 years, ESRI has been the leading developer of GIS software with more than 300,000 clients worldwide.
GIS software applications and extensions from ESRI include ArcInfo, ArcEditor, ArcView, and ArcIMS, which features an array of Internet-aware solutions, browsers, and mobile devices.
ESRI is taking full advantage of SQL Server 2008 to help our government, utilities, and commercial enterprise customers take the geographic approach to improving their business processes," says ESRI president Jack Dangermond.
Outside the United States, contact your local ESRI distributor.
The ESRI Developer Summit is targeted to developers and software architects interested in the ESRI developer platform.
The ELA provides the flexibility to deploy unlimited quantities of most ESRI software offerings.
With BusinessObjects XI Release 2 and the new BusinessObjects Integration Kit for ESRI GIS, Business Objects provides customers the ability to quickly and easily access geographic data.
PNM and TNMP selected ESRI ArcGIS software for enterprise deployment to support electric and gas transmission and distribution applications and integration with other IT systems.
ESRI will provide GIS applications and spatial data access for uses such as incident management, 911 and communications, emergency management, and homeland security.
Matthew Bidwell, Newmont's manager of Worldwide GIS, says, "Our global enterprise license agreement with ESRI will enable us to organize our data in one consistent standardized architecture.
ESRI has spent more than 35 years providing the core GIS technology platform to energy businesses of all sizes, and we've partnered with leading industry vendors to meet the full range of utility business needs," says Jack Dangermond, president of ESRI.
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