Partners Demonstrate ArcGIS 10 Based Solutions at the Esri International User Conference
Redlands, California—July 12, 2010—Esri's partners are migrating to the ArcGIS 10 release. By integrating the new tools and performance enhancements in ArcGIS 10 into their solutions, key partners will improve the productivity of their customers.
Attendees of this year's Esri International User Conference (Esri UC) will have a firsthand opportunity to see more than 35 new solutions run with ArcGIS 10. They will be demonstrated in the exhibition hall in those booths displaying an ArcGIS 10 Enabled sign.
ArcGIS was developed in collaboration with users and partners, with more than 100 partners providing feedback through the ArcGIS 10 Beta Program. As a result of this exposure, many partners have been quick to migrate to ArcGIS 10 and make it their standard geographic information system (GIS) software platform.
Esri partners commented on ArcGIS 10 deployment within their solutions.
"ArcGIS 10 is a major release for us," said Rand Knight, senior vice president and general manager at Critigen. "The new capabilities for cloud-based deployment of geodatabases, Web mapping, and real-time geoprocessing allow us to provide fully integrated situational awareness. This is important to our business and government clients who rely on visual intelligence and spatial analytics across their enterprises for mission-critical operations on a day-to-day basis."
Jim Tochterman, vice president of research and development at Bradshaw Consulting Services, said, "The ArcGIS 10 family of products has supplied us with an unrivaled level of interoperability and performance when developing our applications and solutions."
Clearion Software's cofounder Christopher Kelly explained, "We are taking advantage of powerful new features such as ArcGIS Engine and the feature layer service for editing Web applications on ArcGIS Server. The key importance of ArcGIS 10 for Clearion is the improved speed and ease of building integrated, multiplatform solutions that scale with our clients' needs."
Pictometry's director of partner relations, Brian Beha, said, "With the enhancements to the geodata transform [transformation] in ArcGIS 10, the use of Pictometry oblique imagery is now native to Esri products. This is an extremely powerful development for all GIS users."
Steven Myhill-Jones, president and CEO of Latitude Geographics, said, "ArcGIS Server 10 allows us to combine simplicity and power in ways we've always hoped for. This is a watershed release that will enhance our Geocortex solutions and generally make Esri customers more successful. ArcGIS Server 10 is the release that relatively cautious organizations have been waiting for to shift from ArcIMS to ArcGIS Server. ArcGIS Server 10 is a big leap forward for both application developers and end users."
See a list of Esri partners demonstrating ArcGIS 10 at the Esri UC at www.esri.com/partnerbooths.
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