Eos Positioning Systems received the Customer Success and Collaboration Award at the 2022 Esri Infrastructure Management and GIS (IMGIS) Conference held in Palm Springs, California from October 31-November 2, 2022.
This award was presented to Eos for fostering customer success across infrastructure sectors through its partnership with Esri.
“We are grateful to work with such a pleasant team of outstanding people at Esri,” Eos Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Jean-Yves Lauture said. “It is this collaboration that enables us to help our customers become as successful as they are in the field and beyond.”
Eos provides utilities (e.g., electric, water, wastewater, gas, telecommunications), local governments, AEC firms, and transportation organizations with extremely easy-to-use and precise global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) receivers and solutions that pair seamlessly with Esri mobile apps. Thanks to extremely accurate infrastructure maps, organizations across these sectors have been able to save time and money in the field, improve field worker safety, serve customers with better and more transparent service, and create true systems of record to prepare for the future.
Whether it is a water utility saving $2.6M per year, a development company creating a real-time construction management system for project stakeholders, or gas utilities gaining field efficiencies while complying with industry standards, customers across these industries are finding success by combining Eos GNSS receivers and Esri apps.
Esri is the global leader in location intelligence with a network of over 3000 partners around the world. The award winners are organizations that have demonstrated innovative and creative ways to solve complex problems by using Esri’s ArcGIS software and those who have done exceptional work in advancing geographic information systems (GIS) technology. Eos was one of 14 Esri partners that received an achievement award at the conference.
“Esri congratulates Eos on their 2022 IMGIS award in recognition of their innovative work leveraging ArcGIS software,” said Robert Laudati, Director of Global Partners and Alliances at Esri. “We are proud to partner with Eos to foster the use of GIS technology in support of our mutual customers improving infrastructure.”
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