Executive Insight into the Business Value of GIS
From Shannon Valdizon
Executives are required to look for improvements in processes, customer engagement, decision making, staffing and resource allocation. It is the forward-thinking leaders who use technology that can drive this innovation in their organizations. GIS has evolved into an effective management tool. Leaders across the world who are embracing a geographic approach and enterprise GIS in their operations are improving efficiency, increasing productivity, growing revenue, saving money, automating workflows, and meeting sustainability goals. Be inspired by forward-thinking leaders who understand the value in extending location intelligence and the value of GIS across their organizations.
Hear from executives and leaders working in government, nonprofit, conservation and sustainability, real estate, retail, supply chain and transportation, disaster response, academia, natural resources, and utilities, and the value that GIS technology and location intelligence bring to their businesses and organizations.
Featuring insights from:Senator Hickenlooper, Former Governor of Colorado
Dr. Healy Hamilton, NatureServe
Tahirah Mahan Thomas, CBRE | Americas Consulting
Sam Latone, The Shopping Center Group
Satyan Parameswaran, United Postal Service (UPS)
Harvey Johnson, American Red Cross
Governor Ottichilo, Vihiga County, Kenya
Kimberly Greer, City of Johns Creek, Georgia
Janet Silbernagel, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Wade Kloos, Utah Department of Natural Resources (DNR)
Jimmie Cho, SoCalGas
Learn more about the geographic approach: https://www.esri.com/en-us/geographic-approach/overview