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Thursday, October 4, 2012

Getting the Data Right - Data QC for the ArcGIS Environment

Sponsored by: Esri
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Do you produce or use GIS data that supports mission-critical operations? How do you avoid costly mistakes and ensure data is accurate? Data accuracy is extremely important, but doesn’t get the attention it deserves. This webinar will address Esri’s ArcGIS Data Reviewer and how it can help streamline your quality control (QC) effort.

Whether you produce or consume GIS data, you know data must meet some agreed-upon standard for quality. Poor data quality impacts decision making and business operations, and is often expensive to repair. Attend this webinar to find out how to:

  • Reduce cost, time and manpower required to implement quality control within your organization
  • Ensure the good health of data you use for mission-critical applications, even if your organization is operating under constrained budgets
  • Automate and facilitate an otherwise tedious and resource-intensive chore
  • Safeguard your organization’s professional reputation by ensuring you don’t use or publish erroneous data

Speakers include:

  • Jay Cary, Product Manager, Esri
  • Michelle Johnson, Product Specialist, Esri

Who should attend

Anyone involved in using, generating or managing data in the ArcGIS environment

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