Whether you’re an operations manager who needs to see the location of assets or a market analyst interested in understanding consumer profiles in a targeted region, you can use ArcGIS Apps for the Office to make decisions that save money and time. Visualize your data in a geographic context and gain location-based insights that you would otherwise miss.
Map your target customers, sales territories, and potential sites. Combine them with demographic, lifestyle, and spending data.
Assess market feasibility and consumer profile for your potential sites. Gain the business insights you have been missing.
Find the sites that match your target market criteria and are most likely to be profitable.
Map your assets, network, infrastructure, and work orders to learn how they are interconnected. Augment with weather, topography, satellite imagery, and field data.
Know more about asset performance and personnel productivity. For example, identify customers affected by a broken water-line and trace the assigned work order.
Get a real-time picture of asset performance, maintenance history, and inspection plans. Improve resource planning and reduce operating costs for your enterprise asset management.
Create realistic context and visualize your urban plans, architecture, and designs in 3D.
Understand where a proposed building blocks the view, casts shadows, and reflects heat.
Determine how a building proposal and its alternative scenarios fit into your city’s overall vision.
From understanding forest destruction and habitat loss, to disaster response and environmental impact studies, you get the best visual context from satellite and drone-captured imagery.
Visually compare your area of interest over time and quantify land use change. Perform analysis to extract more meaning. Use meta data to know more about the imagery.
Assess the impact of environmental changes and urban growth. Improve forestry management and operations. Know where to send emergency response crews. Manage vegetation encroachment.
Find Suitable Areas for Mixed-use Developments
Improve Routine Inspections of Fire Hydrants
Quantify and Visualize Flood Risk using 3D Modeling
Assess Burn Scars with Satellite Imagery
Start making better decisions using any of these apps. Most of them come included with ArcGIS.
The latest addition to ArcGIS Desktop. Create 2D and 3D maps. Edit and analyze data faster than ever using a new, high-performance 64-bit architecture.
This interactive globe lets you explore the world. Quickly display 3D and 2D map data, including KML, and sketch placemarks to easily understand spatial information.
ArcGIS Maps for Power BI
Microsoft Power BI users can tap into the power of geospatial analytics, and access new map themes, demographic data, and map visualizations, inside Power BI.
ArcGIS Maps for Office
Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint users can use the power of maps to ask location-related questions of their data. Get new insights to make smarter decisions.
ArcGIS Business Analyst
Get location-based insight for market planning, site selection, and customer segmentation plus 15,000+ variables of market data for maps, analytics, and reports.
ArcGIS Community Analyst
See the impact of policy decisions to prioritize community projects or place new facilities. Use global data to create what-if scenarios and comparison reports.
GeoPlanner for ArcGIS
Create, analyze, and report on alternative planning scenarios in support of better, more informed decision making.
ArcGIS Maps for SharePoint
Turn lists or data into color-coded, point, clustered point, or heat maps. Enrich key business measures with demographic and lifestyle data from Esri.
The advanced 3D city design application for creating, editing, and sharing 3D building models and massive urban environments.
Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS
Get a real-time view and common operating picture. Add data feeds to events or daily operations. Integrate maps, charts, gauges, and histograms.
Drone2Map for ArcGIS
Streamline the creation of professional imagery products from drone-captured imagery for visualization and analysis in ArcGIS.
ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud
Design and communications professionals can choose maps inside of Adobe’s design apps and access them as vector or raster layers.
Insights for ArcGIS
Interactively explore and analyze your data – from ArcGIS sources, enterprise data warehouses, Excel spreadsheets, big data and more – all in one experience.
Jumpstart your work with pre-configured apps for your industry. Choose from hundreds of focused apps, no coding required, to accomplish your industry-specific workflows.
A web-based solution for governments, advocates and citizens to create and share regulation-compliant redistricting plans.
Take Your GIS to the Field and Back
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