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Tune in to Esri and The Science of Where Podcasts

During one podcast, Jay Theodore, Esri chief technology officer for ArcGIS Enterprise, talks about the pivitol role spatial analytics plays in digital transformation.
During one podcast, Jay Theodore, Esri chief technology officer for ArcGIS Enterprise, talks about the pivitol role spatial analytics plays in digital transformation.

How do location technologies intertwine with trends such as digital transformation, artificial intelligence, big data analytics, the Internet of Things, and smart communities? Find out by tuning in to the new podcast series Esri & The Science of Where.

You will hear from thought leaders such as Tom Abell, senior manager for development partnerships at Accenture, who talks about the impact digital transformation will have on all aspects of the economy. You also will hear from Jack Levis, senior director of process management at UPS, who describes how location intelligence revolutionized the logistic company’s operations.

Currently, there are more than a half-dozen podcasts to choose from, with interviews continually being done with executives, thought leaders, industry analysts, technologists, and Esri experts.

What they say will help executives make sense of the digital transformation.

Another podcast with Dan Vesset, a vice president at International Data Corporation, focuses on data science and data-driven decision-making.
Another podcast with Dan Vesset, a vice president at International Data Corporation, focuses on data science and data-driven decision-making.

“The technological challenges facing executives in business and government are increasing as more data becomes available to them,” said Marianna Kantor, Esri chief marketing officer. “One key to accessing the value of all this data is seeing your organization spatially and understanding the patterns at play across locations. The focus of Esri & The Science of Where will be in demystifying the process of digital transformation as well as sharing success stories from users.”

Each podcast ranges from 16 minutes to 25 minutes in length. You can listen to them at home, in your office, or on the go.

Visit Esri & The Science of Where to listen to the podcasts, or subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and other apps.

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