Redlands, California - September 14, 2007— ESRI will demonstrate the latest in Flex-based mapping technology at Adobe MAX 2007, which takes place between September 30 and October 3 in Chicago, Illinois. ESRI’s ArcWeb Services senior architect Mansour Raad will use real-world examples to demonstrate going beyond simple maps and directions by building Web 2.0-style applications that help increase efficiency, reduce costs, and close sales.
“Flex has enabled us to create Web services that present mapping and geographic content in compelling ways that simply weren’t possible before in a Web-enabled application,” says Raad. “Now our customers can quickly build very expressive Web 2.0 applications to solve problems rather than just display maps.”
AdobeMAX attendees can visit ESRI staff at Booth #11 to find out more about the session or to get answers about our other products and services. For more information about Adobe MAX 2007, visit http://www.adobemax2007.com.
To sign up for a free 90-day evaluation of ArcWeb Services, visit www.esri.com/arcwebservices or call 1-800-447-9778.
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