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ArcGIS for Microsoft 365

Delivering geospatial analytics and business intelligence

Add a spatial advantage to your business productivity solutions with interactive mapping, visualization, and analytics tools

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Discover the business value of location


Bring out the “where” in your business apps

When you see data on a map, you’ll be able to make more informed business decisions quickly. Location gives you valuable context and insight for analysis, asset management, customer service, and sales. Find answers by revealing patterns in your data and gaining new perspectives.


Create maps with Microsoft Excel data

Bring data from spreadsheets, graphs, and presentations to life using interactive maps and see the story from another perspective. Get new insights, gain a deeper understanding, and make better business decisions.

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Analyze business intelligence data spatially

Map and analyze data in Microsoft Power BI. Harness the power of spatial analytics by activating location-based insights inside your business data. Enhance mapping capabilities and visualizations.

Explore ArcGIS for Power BI
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Search and map Microsoft SharePoint content

SharePoint users across your organization can search and share data-driven maps in a familiar framework. Find important documents fast. Drag documents onto a map to geotag them. When needed, click on the map feature to view tagged data. Easily format maps to match company branding and style.

Discover ArcGIS for SharePoint
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Transform teamwork with maps and apps

Access your ArcGIS maps and apps within Microsoft Teams to transform teamwork. Create maps, share content, and manage data while leveraging ArcGIS apps in everyday chats and meetings.

Work in ArcGIS for Teams
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Automate workflows with mapping capabilities

Power Automate enables users to standardize automated business processes with location intelligence and data management functions using low-code or no-code flows. Access geoenrichment, geocoding, and routing services to add demographics and location information to your data. 

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Case study


A medical technology company strengthens a nationwide sales force with maps and visual data.

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Common questions

No. With an individual ArcGIS account, you will be able use this identity to add spatial capabilities to all your Microsoft applications. ArcGIS accounts also provide access to premium and private geographic information system (GIS) layers as well as services for data mapping and analysis.

Yes. There is a standard experience that allows you to perform some limited functionality at no cost. Within Microsoft Office and Microsoft SharePoint, you can map data that already has a latitude-longitude coordinate. In ArcGIS for Power BI, you can match data with addresses, boundaries, or latitude-longitude coordinates. Microsoft Teams will allow you to search and view millions of maps and applications that are available across the ArcGIS system. Contact sales for more information.

When enabled within an organization, Azure Active Directory (AAD) authentication can be linked with ArcGIS and provide a seamless sign-on experience for staff to access ArcGIS capabilities within Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Office, ArcGIS for Power BI, Microsoft Teams, and Microsoft Power Automate.

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