May 1, 2012 Sponsored by Esri
Cities are increasingly employing geographic information systems (GIS) to connect with their citizens and work more efficiently. GIS helps cities collect, organize and analyze data; track progress on public works projects; and respond to constituent concerns more quickly. GIS can also connect constituents to each other, promoting collective action for better living. This case study explores how GIS solutions from Esri, already used by most governments, can work for your community.