|Description||GIS Software Developer|
Esri develops geographic information system (GIS) software used by more than 350,000 organizations worldwide. It is located in Redlands, California and employs over 2,900 people.
On any given day, more than a million people around the world use Esri’s GIS to improve the way their organizations conduct business. Esri gives GIS users what they need by listening closely and incorporating their feedback and recommended improvements. Esri also hosts the largest GIS industry event in the world, publishes two of the most widely circulated periodicals in the industry, and operates the leading GIS book publisher.
Esri software is used by more than 350,000 organizations worldwide including most U.S. federal agencies and national mapping agencies, 45 of the top 50 petroleum companies, all 50 U.S. state health departments, most forestry companies, more than 24,000 state and local governments, and many others in dozens of industries.
The Esri Professional Services Division has successfully collaborated with government, commercial, and other organizations to implement innovative GIS solutions. The Division offers project, implementation, and industry-focused services that include knowledge transfer to help users deploy GIS on their own, customization of off-the-shelf GIS technology, and delivery of ready-to-use enterprise systems. With each project, Esri leverages the technology developed and lessons learned through over 40 years of developing GIS solutions.
Esri fosters relationships with software, technology, data, hardware, system integrator, and consulting companies to ensure product compatibility and explore new technologies. Esri works closely with major technology leaders such as HP, IBM, Microsoft, SAP, SAS, and others.
Esri delivers instructor-led training and self-paced e-learning courses that teach thousands of GIS professionals each year how to apply best practices to efficiently accomplish GIS workflows, be more productive with Esri software and technologies, and help their organizations achieve the geographic advantage. All Esri courses are designed to teach knowledge and skills that students can immediately apply to their own work. Esri closely monitors new training innovations in order to help GIS professionals learn in creative and cost-effective ways.
|ArcGIS Mapping APIs|
|ArcGIS for Desktop|
|ArcGIS for Mobile|
|ArcGIS for Server|