GeoNexus Technologies Receives Esri Utility Network Specialty for Water Utility Services
Oct 06, 2020
GeoNexus® Technologies, an Esri® Silver Partner, received their second Utility Network Specialty designation in 2020 for Water Utility Services from Esri.
“We are thrilled to be recognized once again by Esri acknowledging our expertise and solution supporting the Utility Network implementation for Water Utility Services,” mentions Skip Heise, GeoNexus CEO and President. “The GeoNexus Integration Platform supports water utilities with the transition from the Geometric Network to the Utility Networks with incremental synchronization of geodatabases.”
With a focus on data integration, system integration and data quality, the GeoNexus Integration Platform is a fully supported commercial off the shelf (COTS) solution that loads, synchronizes, and reports integrity of enterprise data maintained by multiple business systems and geodatabases.
The platform includes productized connectors to several industry leading systems like Esri ArcGIS, IBM® Maximo, SAP and Oracle Utilities CC&B. Through this integration platform, GeoNexus provides the data integration and synchronization tools and partners with other System Integration organizations to provide an overall solution to utilities across the globe.
As a partner in the Utility Network Management Specialty, GeoNexus is recognized for “expertise with utilities and the implementation of Water Utility Solutions using the ArcGIS Utility Network Management Extension.”
About GeoNexus TechnologiesAt GeoNexus Technologies our mission is to provide our customers with a proven platform for system integration that is fully supported and ensures the integrity of their enterprise data. Our platform integrates data, applications, and workflows, easily and efficiently with no-code. We have productized connectors for enterprise systems from IBM, Oracle, ABB, Esri, SAP, and other industry leaders.
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