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Use ArcGIS for Desktop to build maps with up-to-date data, combined with deep analysis, and share them where they’ll have the most impact.
There are lots of ways to make a map. But if people use your maps to make decisions that save money, time, or even lives, then you need to put science to work for you. Use ArcGIS for Desktop to build maps with up-to-date data, combined with deep analysis, and share them where they’ll have the most impact
Visualize and share information in new ways for insightful and informed decision making. Map and manage your data with ArcGIS for Desktop, then create apps and share with others via the rest of the ArcGIS platform. ArcGIS for Desktop includes ArcGIS Online, so you immediately have access to a world of relevant content and ready-to-use apps to get you started right away.
Create, edit, analyze and share information in powerful and efficient ways. Turn 2D data into 3D for powerful visualization. Easily import and edit data to get at the information you need. Perform analysis to solve your problems. The value-added information you create with ArcGIS for Desktop will transform how decisions are made and results are realized.
Build mapping solutions, manage assets, allocate resources, analyze business data, and measure results. ArcGIS for Desktop helps you become the added value that your organization needs to be successful.
You need answers derived from facts, not opinions. Test assumptions, find the facts, be results oriented, and achieve your objectives. Some complex spatial relationships are not obvious and need to be analyzed in multiple ways. The analytical tools in ArcGIS for Desktop are based on proven scientific methodologies and are available at your fingertips.
True organizational intelligence comes from looking at the big picture. ArcGIS for Desktop enables you to understand change, identify trends, make predictions, and rank results.
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