Matthew DeMeritt

Matt DeMeritt is a copy writer and brand journalist for Esri. For more than a decade, he has written articles about everything from mapping invasive pests to mapping the moons of Saturn. Prior to joining Esri, he was an English tutor at California State University, San Bernardino.

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The Fundamentals of Growth and Transformation: Companies and Cities

Geoffrey West, theoretical physicist and author of the book "Scale," discusses research that tells us how businesses and cities flourish.

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What’s New and What’s Next in Big Data

Mansour Raad, senior software architect and big data specialist at Esri, details emerging trends and techniques in big data.

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How Digital and Location Intelligence are Remaking Retail

Leslie Hand, VP of retail insights at International Data Corporation, discusses a multi-pronged approach to customer engagement.

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Turning Big Data Analytics into Big Data Answers at Thomson Reuters

Keith Nichols, managing director of government at Thomson Reuters, discusses how governments use big data analytics to engage citizens.

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India’s Smart Cities Challenge: What the World Can Learn

National Institute of Urban Affairs director Jagan Shah details the benefits of integrating smart technology in India’s largest cities.

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A Conversation with James Fallows: How High-Tech Maps Reveal Connections

Author and journalist James Fallows explains how today’s interactive maps help us see connections that are otherwise hidden.

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How Data Science and Smart Maps Promote Smart Nations

Jeff Peters, Director of Global Business Development for National Government at Esri, discusses how location technology actualizes smart nations.

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Retaining Zest in the Harvest

With food waste costing retailers billions, precision tracking of perishables could disrupt the produce supply chain.

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Psychographics: Market Analysis Moves beyond Demographics

Companies have long used demographics to understand customers and markets. Now big data analytics promises greater insight.

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