ESRI’s ArcGIS 9.3 platform is an integrated collection of GIS software products for building a complete GIS that delivers geographic information wherever it is needed, in desktops, servers, for custom applications, over the Web or in the field.
With support for ArcGIS 9.3, ESRI (UK)’s CrimeAnalyst 1.6 will enable the law enforcement community to leverage the full power of ArcGIS in support of crime mapping and analysis activities.
ProductivitySuite 1.3 is a complete set of tools for managing and using UK data within an ArcGIS environment. Users of ArcGIS 9.3 will be able to take advantage of the strong data management tools available in 9.3, which combined with ProductivitySuite will help them to realise new levels of user productivity while significantly reducing the costs and effort associated with data maintenance and administration.
Pete Wilkinson, Head of Technical Solutions Group, ESRI (UK) said: “The ArcGIS 9.3 platform enables us to realise our vision of delivering products offering world-beating benefits which are also tailored to UK customers’ needs.”
ESRI’s ArcGIS 9.3 will be showcased at its Europe, Middle East and Africa User Conference from 28th – 30th October 2008 at London’s QEII Conference Centre.
About ESRI (UK)
ESRI (UK) (esriuk.com) is part of the global ESRI network. With the single, largest pool of GIS expertise in the UK, the company is the technical authority on GIS. ESRI (UK) provides solutions, technology and services including off the shelf applications built on the ArcGIS software suite and an extensive range of consulting and training services.
Its offerings meet a range of business needs in different markets including Business, Local & Central Government, Public Safety, Utilities and Telecommunications, as well as catering for system integrators and application developers through the ESRI Developer Network.
ESRI (UK)’s customers include both public sector clients such as Leeds City Council, Metropolitan Police, DCLG, The Environment Agency and businesses including Thames Water, Royal & SunAlliance and The AA.
ESRI (UK) helps businesses become more profitable and public service more efficient through the better use of geographic information. The ability to understand customers' needs and harness the power of GIS for the long-term benefit of organisations is what we call Visionary Thinking.