Well, Spring is definitely in the air (although you might not know it based on the weather channel) and that means time for our annual trek to sunny Palm Springs for one of the biggest weeks of the year – yes indeed, time for DevSummit and the Esri Partner Conference (EPC) and we’ll be there! We hope to get a chance to meet a number of you there.
Indeed this is going to be a big week for many of us. EPC really does set the stage for the year ahead and help to guide us, as an Esri business partner, in plotting and planning the roadmap for apps and services that we are building on the ArcGIS platform. EPC is a great opportunity for us to meet up with Esri product managers, our business partners and our colleagues who are also building ArcGIS apps and providing services to their clients using Esri-based solutions. Given our history at building ArcGIS solutions for enterprise clients and also providing several of the Top apps to ArcGIS users available in the ArcGIS Marketplace, this event is key for us in ensuring that we’re aligned with Esri and in touch with key product engineers that help us to build great things for the ArcGIS user community. The week gets even better also as we get to stick around for several days for DevSummit to hear from Esri’s developers, solution engineers, and Esri users and partners who are building great ArcGIS-based solutions and services. We hope to get a few GeoGeeks out for a drive to shoot some long awaited GeoGeeksinCars video interviews again as well!
We’ll be on hand and exhibiting on the floor where our team members will be available to answer questions and discuss the ArcGIS platform, including what we have planned for our solutions including Admin Tools for ArcGIS Online, Mapfolio, the geopowered cloud, and perhaps a couple of new things! We’ll be in the Springs for the entire week and while exhibiting you can find us at Booth #113 – we hope you drop by to say hi and be sure to leave with some cool GEO Swag!
We look forward to connecting with you there. If you’d like to connect with us to arrange a meet-up, you can always hit the “Contact” us link here on the website, shoot us an email to our “info@” address, or message us via Twitter or Instagram @geojobegis
See News – “The Power of GIS, Simplified” at the 2017 Esri Partner Conference and DevSummit