We’re looking forward to another great User Conference in San Diego this year. Look for Latitude Geographics in Booth 2417 in the Exhibition Hall.
If you’re planning to attend, we want to make sure you’re aware of the following Geocortex-related presentations and events taking place.
Presentation: Geocortex Technology Update
Geocortex clients, prospective clients and partners interested in learning more about our product plans are invited to attend this technology update session. The objective is to provide information about the current status of Geocortex technology and our product roadmap; topics will include Geocortex Essentials 3.5, our strategy for mobile technology, and our Spatial Application Infrastructure approach. Hosted by our President and CEO, Steven Myhill-Jones, we welcome your participation and questions.
Date: 07/12/2011 (Tuesday)
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location: Room 27 A, San Diego Convention Center
Event: Geocortex Picnic and BBQ
We're pleased to invite our clients, prospective clients and business partners to Embarcadero Marina Park South, located immediately behind the San Diego Convention Center. Unwind from the busy conference, relax and join us seaside for a pleasant picnic lunch with members of the Geocortex community and staff from Latitude Geographics. Please be sure to RSVP by July 7 if you plan to attend the BBQ.
Date: 07/13/2011 (Wednesday)
Time: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Location: Embarcadero Marina Park South
Presentation: Key Principles Linked to Long-Term Success with Web Mapping Initiatives
Having played a role in the development of hundreds of web mapping and web-GIS applications, Latitude Geographics has identified several principles that influence the long-term success of web mapping deployments. By being mindful of these principles and balancing the natural tensions that exist between them, organizations can better achieve their program objectives. This presentation will be of particular interest for individuals currently contemplating technology change. This session is presented by Steven Myhill-Jones and is as part of the GIS Managers Open Summit; more information on the Summit can be found here.
Location: Ballroom 20 B/C, San Diego Convention Center
The online agenda for the Esri UC can be found here. Given everything going on, don’t forget to mark your calendar with events/sessions you plan to attend! We hope to see you in San Diego next week.