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April 1st, 2009
Free ESRI Seminar Gives You Step-by-Step Guidance to Creating Effective Web Maps

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ESRI is hosting a free half-day seminar, Creating Effective Web Maps, nationwide, where you can learn how to create applications that meet today’s high expectations for Web mapping. Simply put, better decisions are made more quickly when an organization makes their data available inside and outside the organization via fast, effective Web maps.

You are encouraged to attend this seminar if you are a geographic information system (GIS) professional who is interested in finding the most efficient way to create enhanced Web mapping applications. All ESRI software users at any level of experience can benefit, whether you use ArcIMS or ArcGIS Desktop, you want to learn better design strategies with ArcGIS Server, or you are simply interested in sharing your maps online.

“As a GIS professional, you’re faced with many challenges if you want to publish geographic content on the Web,” said Ismael Chivite, ArcGIS Server product manager, ESRI. “The information presented in this seminar will help you design your Web maps for high performance and quality as well as deliver intuitive, modern Web mapping applications in a matter of minutes.”

This seminar will show you important design strategies and how to apply existing tools and free resources to accelerate solution building. You will return to work ready to build successful Web maps, knowing how to choose the right publishing options, and able to unlock the potential of your GIS. You will also find out how to use online map services to further your GIS investments, from organizing and managing trusted spatial data to leveraging a GIS infrastructure.

Find out more and register at Space is limited, so early registration is advised.

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