ArcGIS Enterprise Integration as a Force Multiplier

Enterprise integration is an approach to interconnecting disparate business systems, exchanging data, and providing people with timely and accurate information that enables more effective operations.

As part of the enterprise integration approach, ArcGIS Enterprise enables the integration of geospatial data and capabilities into existing business systems and workflows. It provides a set of tools and services for integrating GIS functionality with other enterprise systems, allowing for the exchange of data and information between different applications.


Identify ways your organization will benefit from integrating key systems with your enterprise GIS.

The contemporary approach to integrating content and capabilities between enterprise systems is through well-defined application programming interfaces (APIs) and/or web services. ArcGIS is designed to be open, interoperable, and secure, and it offers APIs and web services that deliver mapping and visualization, analytic, and data management/exchange capabilities. Integrators can bring external business system capabilities into ArcGIS or bring ArcGIS capabilities into another business system.

Understand the integration methods, tools, and capabilities ArcGIS and your other enterprise systems provide so you can choose the best approach for your integration.

By leveraging the analytic capabilities of ArcGIS Enterprise, organizations can gain a deeper understanding of geographic phenomena, quantify the impact of spatial factors, and make data-driven decisions. These capabilities enable users to solve complex spatial problems, optimize operations, and identify opportunities for growth and improvement.

Add context and transform business data into information that enables people to make more informed decisions.

Data is an enterprise asset used to make better-informed decisions across a variety of workflows and business processes. Data management/exchange capabilities enable organizations to maintain data accuracy (spatial and attribute) and exchange data bi-directionally between systems. For example, a field engineer can quickly and accurately update the location and characteristics of an asset using the GIS, so a user of the customer information system (CIS) can inform potential customers of service availability. Organizations benefit when data across systems is current, accurate, and available to everyone that needs it.

GeoBusiness connects ArcGIS with Microsoft Dynamics 365, Oracle NetSuite, and other enterprise systems.

GeoBusiness is an Esri ArcGIS Location Intelligence Platform with real-time mapping, visualization, and geo-analytics. GeoBusiness enables organizations to monitor operations, share data, and create actionable intelligence through Location Intelligence technology.

GeoBusiness is Software as a service (SaaS) offering.

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Our team of geospatial IT and cloud certified professionals help organizations unlock and enable GIS technology.  With over 200 years of combined technical expertise, GCS converts your ideas into reality through customer-driven, innovative applications. GCS customers gain strategic value through increased productivity, efficiency and profitability, optimizing mission-critical business processes.

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