A free webinar, hosted by Esri and showcasing GISinc client, Opelika Utlities, will demonstrate how water organizations are making digital transformations and increasing their return on investment while increasing workflow efficiencies.
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (PRWEB) November 09, 2016
Geographic Information Services, Incorporated (GISinc), in support of Esri’s webinar, Digital Transformation: How to get there with ArcGIS, will feature GISinc’s client, Opelika Utilities. The webinar will demonstrate how water organizations can create end-to-end digital solutions, which will enable fast, agile, and responsive performance.
“Opelika’s digital transformation illustrates how far Esri’s ArcGIS platform has come in recent years. Today, organizations can experience this transformation much faster than in previous years. The Opelika story serves as inspiration for the possibilities of applying this technology for immediate return on investment and efficiency gains," Kevin Stewart, Managing Partner, State and Local Governments, GISinc.
Whether you’re giving employees the ability to perform inspections on their phones or identifying “dead meters” before revenue loss hits the bottom line, ArcGIS can make digital transformation a reality for your organization.
“Moving to an Enterprise GIS system could not have been done without the support and insight of GISinc,” Alan Lee, Capital Projects Manager, Opelika Utilities.
Join us this Thursday, November 10th, 2016 to see, first hand, how Opelika Utilities’ digital transformation through location technology is delivering a major return on investment using the Esri ArcGIS platform.
GISinc continues to implement, deploy, and support award-winning applications for state and local governments.
GISinc, celebrating 25 years in GIS, is an employee-owned company located in Birmingham, Alabama, with offices throughout the United States. GISinc has a passion for delivering customer driven location technology solutions to federal, state and local governments, and commercial organizations. For more information, please visit http://www.gisinc.com, or call (205) 941-0442.
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