Data Management

Data Health Checks Are Back at User Conference 2017!

Esri is, once again, offering the free GIS data health checks at this year’s User Conference. Sign up here!

Esri Staff Providing a Data Health Check at Last Year’s UC

When your organization depends on a geographic information system (GIS) for its day-to-day operation, data errors can introduce unacceptable risk and unplanned costs. Therefore, the quality of your data is critical. Esri Data Health Checks can improve your GIS program by reducing the errors that create risks and unplanned costs.

In 2011, Esri provided water/wastewater customers an opportunity to examine their data accuracy. Since then, the Data Health Checks have become a staple service at every User Conference and are now offered across several industries.

Michelle Johnson, QA Lead at Esri, invites you to make an appointment today!

Participating in the Data Health Check is as easy as bringing a sample of your data in either a file or personal geodatabase to the conference. During your session, an Esri industry expert performs a diagnostic on your data using the ArcGIS Data Reviewer extension to assess its overall quality.

Running Data Reviewer Checks on Land Records Data

Esri staff explains the key data checks and reviews any errors with you. The error features (captured in a separate geodatabase) and an Excel report outlining the accuracy rates of your data will be provided to you to take back to your organization for additional review.

The Data Health Check is free, focuses expressly on features and attributes, and takes about 45 minutes. When deployed for production, Data Reviewer can be configured to more thoroughly validate all the organization’s data quality business rules.

Where: Esri Services area within the showcase located in the San Diego Convention Center

When: Tuesday, July 11, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Wednesday, July 12, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Thursday, July 13, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Interested? If you belong to one of these industries*, please sign up here.

*Due to time constraints, Esri is offering one appointment per customer and can review only one dataset in that time. If your organization has multiple datasets (for example water and wastewater, we are happy to discuss other options with you).

We will see you at the Esri UC!

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I am a Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Esri who is responsible for messaging, positioning, and branding for an elite portfolio of products. Outside of work, I love traveling and I am a novice birder!

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