The application of GIS technology brings to life the often hidden meaning of static data to reveal new opportunities, innovative approaches, and ultimately, better business solutions.
Discover what’s driving some of the world’s most successful businesses to make better, more informed business decisions – find out more by selecting a case study below.
Using the SEA Games as a best practice example, discover how digital maps and a common operating picture can enable you to more efficiently respond to major incidents at public events.
State-owned oil and gas company PETRONAS has been using the ArcGIS platform since 2006 to help decision-makers strategically plan the company’s domestic and international operations.
Geographic insight, delivered through location analytics, has enabled Wendy’s to transform decades of data into successful store rollouts and an improved customer experience.
More than 70 million people stop at Starbucks coffee shops around the world every week – and GIS technology is helping the company best serve these customers, by positioning stores in the right locations.
In a bid to better understand its customer base, Lululemon’s integrated planning department turned to Esri Business Analyst Online to provide the data it needed to expand its operations in North America.
Discover how using GIS technology has enabled Wescom Credit Union to better understand and serve the financial needs of their members.
Through its custom designed global MapIT solution, Jones Lang LaSalle can strengthen its internal and investment decision-making with real-time, accurate location-based data.
For Channel Seven and Yahoo!7 – Australia’s leading free-to-air network and top rated news service – the 2013 Federal election represented an opportunity to reinvent traditional political news coverage.
Nike has redefined the shoe market – and it’s global reach is due in part to its innovative use of forward-thinking technology to apply resources wisely across the global enterprise.