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Complete water system management with Esri

  1. 1. Complete Water SystemManagement with Esri
  2. 2. Here’s What Esri CanHelp You AccomplishWhen you deploy ArcGIS®softwarefrom Esri®, you seize the power oflocation. Now you can wield that powerto manage, plan, analyze, map, monitor,and communicate from one completetechnology platform: ArcGIS.
  3. 3. esri.com/waterEsri UnderstandsWater System ManagementWe realize that data is vital to your water system management. That’s why wedeveloped ArcGIS technology—to help you keep track of data related to allaspects of your organization including assets, customers, and financial records.You can also use ArcGIS from Esri to do the following:• Integrate data with other systems• Collaborate across departments• Visualize information in the form of interactive, web-based maps, reports,and charts• Analyze your data for planning, maintenance, and compliance• Share select data with staff and stakeholdersPlus, Esri offers solutions, services, training, and expertise.
  4. 4. Asset ManagementStore, manage, and map accuratespatial and descriptive informationabout your utility’s assets. Maintainthe highest possible data accuracy.Proactively monitor work orders.Access and update data in the field.Provide current information acrossyour organization. Track, locate,and manage assets while ensuringregulatory compliance.Planning and AnalysisTransform information intoactionable intelligence. Identifyvulnerabilities that could lead topipe breaks. Weigh and analyzeasset investment scenarios. Gain abetter understanding of customersatisfaction. Take advantage ofhydraulic models to support decisionsrelated to fire flow assessments, waterquality, pump scheduling, emergencyplanning, and flushing.
  5. 5. Field MobilityExtend geospatial technology beyond the office. Use analytictools to schedule and dispatch utility service staff for maximumefficiency. Monitor the location and progress of crews workingin the field. Collaborate and communicate between the officeand field with mobile and cloud-based applications.Operational AwarenessUse maps and reports to quickly demonstrate how yourutility is meeting compliance requirements or responding toleaks. Identify where money is being spent. Monitor all utilityoperations with a user-friendly executive dashboard. Keepthe public informed with web-based applications and viewers.Stakeholder EngagementProvide citizens with authoritative information about localwork activities. Enable customers to submit requests forservice. Connect to social media feeds from YouTube®,Twitter®, and Flickr™.esri.com/water
  6. 6. Printed in USAContact Esri380 New York StreetRedlands, California 92373-8100  usa1 800 447 9778t  909 793 2853f  909 793 5953info@esri.comesri.comOffices worldwideesri.com/locationsEsri inspires and enables people to positively impact theirfuture through a deeper, geographic understanding of thechanging world around them.Governments, industry leaders, academics, and nongovernmentalorganizations trust us to connect them with the analytic knowledgethey need to make the critical decisions that shape the planet. Formore than 40 years, Esri has cultivated collaborative relationshipswith partners who share our commitment to solving earth’s mostpressing challenges with geographic expertise and rational resolve.Today, we believe that geography is at the heart of a more resilientand sustainable future. Creating responsible products and solutionsdrives our passion for improving quality of life everywhere.Copyright © 2013 Esri. All rights reserved. Esri, the Esri globe logo, ArcGIS, @esri.com, and esri.com aretrademarks, service marks, or registered marks of Esri in the United States, the European Community, or certainother jurisdictions. Other companies and products or services mentioned herein may be trademarks, servicemarks, or registered marks of their respective mark owners.133177ESRI1/13ek

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