ESRI (UK) launches online community to support developers

September 23, 2009 -- Aylesbury: ESRI (UK) the market leader in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), has launched The ESRI (UK) Developer Hub at the AGI GeoCommunity 2009 event being held in Stratford-upon-Avon, England.

Created in response to feedback from its developer community, the site is a gateway to the ArcGIS Resource Centres, delivering additional news and information to help customers make the most of their ArcGIS developer platform. The Developer Hub includes a free membership option that will enable developers to keep up to date with what’s new, find out about the latest products and training options, get ready access to online seminars and enter a series of prize draws.

The Developer Hub will be updated and extended continually to include forums and virtual user groups, providing a UK-focused platform for peer-to-peer knowledge sharing.

Peter Wilkinson, ESRI (UK) Head of Technical Solutions Group, said: "ArcGIS developers in the UK have told us they needed this service. The Developer Hub will tap into and draw together the creativity and knowledge of our developer community, and we look forward to continuing to work closely with them to support their needs.”

ESRI’s ArcGIS provides a standards-based development platform for solving business problems that integrate mapping and geographic intelligence quickly and cost effectively into desktop, web or enterprise applications.

Access to the site is via http://www.esriuk.com/developerhub/

About ESRI (UK)

ESRI (UK) ( http://www.esriuk.com) is part of the global ESRI network. With the single, largest pool of GIS expertise in the UK, the company is the technical authority on GIS. ESRI (UK) provides solutions, technology and services including off the shelf applications built on the ArcGIS software suite and an extensive range of consulting and training services.

ESRI (UK)’s offerings meet a range of business needs in different markets including Business, Local & Central Government, Defence, Public Safety, Utilities and Telecommunications, as well as catering for system integrators and application developers through the ESRI Developer Network. ESRI (UK)’s customers include both public sector clients such as Leeds City Council, Metropolitan Police, DCLG, The Environment Agency and businesses including Thames Water, RSA Group and The AA.

ESRI (UK) helps businesses become more profitable and public service more efficient through the better use of geographic information. The ability to understand customers' needs and harness the power of GIS for the long-term benefit of organisations is what we call Visionary Thinking.




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