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June 17, 2015
Esri and NT Concepts Help Transition Google Earth Enterprise Customers

Redlands, California, June 17, 2015  — In coordination with Google, Esri is providing replacement software and trainingto customers and partners using Google’s enterprise geospatial technology.

NT Concepts, an experienced Google integrator, is announcing a new partnership with Esri to help customers that have implemented Google Earth Enterprise and Google Maps Engine make a smooth transition to the ArcGIS platform with minimal interruptions to their operations.

Esri is a longtime provider of geospatial solutions to the defense and intelligence communities and has developed more than 40 specialized applications for their use.

“NT Concepts has mapped the functionality of Google to Esri’s ArcGIS platform. The current users of Google’s enterprise geospatial products will find the Esri platform to be a key option for meeting their geospatial requirements,” said Chris Powell, chief technology officer at NT Concepts.

For Google Earth customers that would like to transition to the ArcGIS platform, Esri is offering the new ArcGIS 10.3.1 for Server and related client/app technology. In addition to other advanced functionality, these will allow users to publish 2D data, 3D buildings, and KML files throughout the enterprise.

“Esri is delighted to have NT Concepts as our trusted partner for this important work,” said Patty Mims, Esri director for intelligence. “The company provides key skills needed to work with both Esri and Google technology.”

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