The leading geographic information system (GIS) software provider Esri, will partner with the Statistics Division of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs to offer its mapping and analytics technology to combat the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Esri will help UN member states to access and visualize the data related to COVID-19. These countries can now use the software and tools that will enable them to be part of a Federated Network of COVID-19 data hubs. The new international network of hubs will allow countries to maximize communication, collaboration, and data sharing. The availability of Esris ready-to-use templates helps national statistical offices get quickly up to speed in building their own COVID-19 open data sites.
In January 2020: Esri, announced a partnership with the International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO), the leader in assessment technical standards, education, and resources delivered to property tax assessors and valuers. New members of IAAO will now have yearlong access to Esris ArcGIS platform.
In December 2019: Esri, entered into a four-year general master agreement (GMA) with the European Commission. The agreement will enable the European Commission and selected Executive Agencies to use Esri software and deploy the full suite of its ArcGIS products in an open, scalable, and standards-based GIS architecture.
Esri, headquartered in Redlands, California, the USA, is a leading Geographic information system company. It is leader in location intelligence, and mapping solution. The company offers the most powerful geospatial cloud. Esri software is deployed in approximately 350,000 organizations globally.