Redlands, California — Chris Cappelli, Esri’s director of global sales, will be a featured keynote speaker at this year’s Digital Enterprise Show (DES), to be held in Madrid, Spain, May 24–26, 2016. Cappelli will discuss how geographic information system (GIS) technology provides organizations with a powerful location-based platform that automates, integrates, and improves processes from the inside out.
Cappelli and his team are at the forefront of digital transformation. Esri provides organizations with intelligent mapping technology that delivers an end-to-end digital solution, making them fast, agile, connected, and responsive. As a result, users save time and money while improving performance—and transforming their bottom line.
This can’t-miss opportunity will illustrate the value GIS technology provides users to get and stay ahead of the digital curve—and the competition. Attendees will walk away with new insight, know-how, and a road map to take back to the office—leading their organizations’ digital transformation into the future.
Digital Enterprise Show is the ideal forum for executives and technical professionals to engage with industry peers from the global community, learn from other companies building their digital quotient, and network with thought leaders across the digital landscape to map out a game plan for success.
“To keep up with modern consumer expectations and the rapid pace of technological change, organizations need to move toward a holistic digital business model,” said Cappelli. “I am looking forward to connecting with fellow attendees. It is always tremendously valuable to be part of such a collaborative environment, exchanging ideas and experiences with my peers.”
Cappelli’s schedule at DES is as follows:
Chris Cappelli is responsible for leading the global business development functions at Esri. A geographer with a strong passion for computers and information technologies, Cappelli takes great pride in working with people to define, build, and deploy practical and sound business solutions—applying geographic science and GIS technologies. Cappelli has worked at Esri for more than two decades and possesses deep technical knowledge of the ArcGIS platform.