ArcGIS is a platform for making your organization's spatial information usable to perform analysis and make more informed decisions. Proven implementation strategies reduce deployment risk and enhance return on investment. ArcGIS solutions support all computing environments.
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You can deploy ArcGIS on-premises or in the cloud. The included geographic content and services help you get started quickly in delivering GIS to your organization. Esri Professional Services can assist with your implementation, and training for your staff is available through free and fee-based classes.
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Connect ArcGIS to your existing systems to extend the analytical capabilities of the systems you already have. Whether you use:
... you can pull in location information to make better decisions.
Most people experience ArcGIS through its applications. Apps are included with ArcGIS and are also available through the ArcGIS Marketplace. Using the Web AppBuilder, you can quickly configure your own app. Focused apps that can be used on any device enable self-service mapping for non-GIS professionals seeking current and accurate information to make better decisions.
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ArcGIS is designed to perform in virtual environments, and Esri provides reference architectures to help you compare scalability and performance in various scenarios. You gain operational flexibility and efficiency with virtualized delivery of ArcGIS services.
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GIS is compute-intensive and places heavy demands on server processing and network bandwidth resources. Esri offers implementation best practices to address issues that are common to many standard mapping operations with heavy memory, graphics, and disk access functions, so you experience improved performance.
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ArcGIS allows you to control individual users' ability to view, edit, and share based on administratively applied roles. Esri products can be supplemented, if required, with third party security algorithms, and include the option to run exclusively inside your corporate firewall. Esri continues to evaluate the need for compliance and/or additional certifications based on customer input.
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ArcGIS supports open data, open standards, open source, and open community. The platform supports IT and GIS standards, and is engineered to work with many data types. Additionally, with ArcGIS Online you can build an Open Data site that enables the public to freely view your interactive maps and more.
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Esri offers extensive technical and implementation support. We provide support by phone, online, or through our Professional Services offerings. Also, an active online community is available 24/7 for users to connect with one another.
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Deliver ROI on IT investments by implementing ArcGIS to serve the needs of stakeholders, constituents, and others. A variety of common maps and applications for specific industries are included as part of the ArcGIS platform. Solution levels include stories, simple best practices, well defined templates, supported and deployable apps, and Consumer Off-The-Shelf (COTS) turnkey solutions, and include defined levels of support.
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Esri has alliances with technology leaders such as Amazon Web Services, Citrix, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, and more.
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