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GeoDecisions’ Brian J. Smith in the Spotlight at Esri International User Conference

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Friday, August 22nd 2014
GeoDecisions | San Diego, CA, USA


In an interview with Esri®, Brian J. Smith, vice president of commercial sales and delivery with GeoDecisions, discussed the advantages of using Esri’s platform and the importance of maps and location during the 2014 Esri International User Conference (UC) in San Diego, California. An Esri Gold-tier Business Partner, GeoDecisions is an information technology (IT) company specializing in geospatial solutions.


Esri’s Karen Richardson talks with Brian Smith during the 2014 Esri UC.

A featured speaker during the Esri Business Summit portion of the UC, Smith also authored a blog titled, “Discover, Share and Innovate at the Esri UC.”

Smith has more than 15 years of experience working on private and public sector implementations and designs for the insurance, retail, manufacturing, logistics, and heath care sectors. He was announced as a GeoDecisions vice president in July.

In addition to Smith’s visibility in the commercial space, GeoDecisions was well-represented at the UC in the international, state and local government, transportation, and federal sectors. GeoDecisions President Brendan J. Wesdock, M.C.P., GISP, also discussed client support initiatives with GISCafe during the conference.

GeoDecisions’ experienced staff of professional consultants, analysts, and developers support clients worldwide. Fundamental to the company’s award-winning approach is the integration of spatial information to empower existing systems and processes. GeoDecisions’ philosophy is based on an enterprisewide approach to the integration of diverse technologies, data formats, and systems. GeoDecisions is ISO 9001:2008 Certified.

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