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Exprodat Supports Esri Petroleum User Group at UC 2014

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Thursday, July 3rd 2014


Exprodat Supports Esri Petroleum User Group at UC 2014

Exprodat, the oil and gas GIS services, software and training supplier, is supporting the forthcoming Esri User Group meeting in San Diego by sponsoring the Petroleum User Group social event which is scheduled for the evening of Tuesday July 15th 2014.

Set to be held on the Coronado Terrace of the Marriott Hotel, Esri will treat the users of their Geographical Information Software (GIS) who work within the oil and gas industry to an evening of networking whilst enjoying drinks, food and entertainment.

Exprodat, an Esri worldwide Gold Partner, is relied upon by oil and gas companies around the world to deliver GIS-based services, training and software that provide real competitive advantages. The social event will be a chance for Exprodatís many existing clients to catch up with the latest news from the company and allow those who havenít worked with them, to ask questions and find out why other people do.

Sales Director Jules Cullen explains more about Exprodatís relationship with Esri; ďAs an Esri Gold Partner Exprodat works very closely with Esri to ensure that together we can provide oil and gas companies with location based solutions that meet the specific needs of the petroleum industry.

The social event at the Esri User Group Conference, which we have been involved with before, is a great fun way for staff in oil and gas organisations to learn more about how this vital partnership can be leveraged for their business benefit.Ē

Visit http://www.esri.com/events/user-conference for more information about this event and to see the entire User Group agenda.

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