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Top Companies for GIS Technical Analyst
At Esri, we bring meaning to maps. We pioneer problem solving using geographic information systems (GIS) and believe The Science of Where® can transform the world by unlocking data’s full potential in every organization. Our mapping and analytics software, ArcGIS, connects everyone, everywhere through a common visual language—maps—that inspires positive change in industry and society. Using this powerful platform to reveal deeper insight into their data, Esri users—developers, educators, industries, and governments around the globe—are creating the maps that run the world. The Esri culture encourages creativity, conversation, and collaboration. We’re committed to the idea that we can—and must—make the world a better place. Our staff come from all corners of the world, working in small teams to make big ideas happen. We learn from each other and from our customers as we work to build and share solutions to global problems. Join us, and maybe our next big idea will be yours.
IMS is a growing pavement analysis company with operations across North America. For more than 30 years, the company has used high-tech equipment to scan streets, sidewalks, and other road-related assets for city and county governments.