For as little as $1,500, you can start making and sharing maps using ArcGIS. As you need to add users, capacity, and functionality, you can scale up your implementation.

You can get started making and sharing maps simply by purchasing a single use license of ArcGIS for Desktop, which also entitles you to one Named User of ArcGIS Online.


ArcGIS Online is the Esri-hosted component of ArcGIS that gives you ready-to-use basemaps, tools, templates, and datasets that make it easy to design and publish maps online.

ArcGIS Online is available as an annual subscription, sold based on how many users you need.

See ArcGIS Online pricing.

Get a free ArcGIS Online trial.


ArcGIS for Desktop offers complete map authoring, advanced analysis, data visualization, extensibility, and web GIS integration.

Licenses are sold based on functionality and size of your implementation.

See ArcGIS for Desktop pricing.

Get a free ArcGIS for Desktop trial.


ArcGIS for Server puts you in complete control of all your critical geospatial assets for secure delivery of mapping and GIS services.

Licenses are sold based on functionality and size of your implementation.

See ArcGIS for Server pricing.


Apps are the way most people experience ArcGIS. You get the tools you need to create clear, uncluttered apps focused on the work you do, for use anywhere and on any device.

Apps are generally available at no additional cost if you already have ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS for Server.

Find the apps that are right for you.

Esri includes your first year of maintenance when you purchase a new product license.

Learn more about the Esri Maintenance Program.

More Ways to Get ArcGIS

ArcGIS for Personal Use is available for a low annual fee for personal development or volunteer work.

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