ESRI serves thousands of customers in numerous industries across the country. Our customized solutions are based on in-depth industry knowledge and will empower you to make better, more informed, strategic decisions. Click here to download our flyer.


Businesses leverage the power of GIS to manage deliveries, study new franchise locations, segment customer data and underwrite risk.


Military defence and intelligence agencies use GIS for geospatial intelligence, military operations, installation and environmental terrain analysis and facilities management.


GIS helps students and teachers engage in studies that promote critical spatial thinking and integrated learning at all grade levels. It is also used by libraries and museums.

Health Care

Health care professionals and researchers use GIS to understand geographic relationships that affect public health risks, syndromic surveillance, disease transmission, access to health care and other health care concerns.

Public Works

GIS is used by local governments and private organizations for capital works planning, managing assets and streamlining operational workflows.


Telecommunications organizations leverage our tools to solve business challenges and gain competitive advantage. GIS technology provides new ways to analyze service areas and customers.


Federal, provincial and local governments leverage GIS for revenue collection, economic development, policy development, public information, agriculture and more.

Natural Resources

GIS helps professionals in oil and gas, mining, forestry and geology to manage resources sustainably and improve safety and efficiencies in operations.


Faced with increasing demand for power with higher reliability, utilities are also subject to tighter controls on rates, more environmental restrictions, and the need to provide more renewable energy choices. 

Public Safety

Law enforcement agencies and public safety personnel rely on GIS to enhance emergency response planning, determine mitigation priorities and improve crime analysis.


The 21st century has brought unprecedented challenges to the transportation industry and demand for transportation has increased dramatically.