Exprodat, the award-winning GIS experts for the energy sector and Getech Group company, was recognised as a Cornerstone Partner at the recent 2023 Esri Partner Conference (EPC) in Palm Springs, California.
This acknowledgement was presented to Exprodat for its long-term commitment to Esri and the wider GIS community.
Cornerstone Partner recognition is given to organisations that have participated in the Esri Partner Network (EPN) for 20 years and who have demonstrated a consistent focus on helping customers succeed, through the adoption of ArcGIS technology.
Exprodat provides GIS expertise to the energy sector and has developed products, services and solutions that tailor the power of the ArcGIS platform to the specific use-cases of organisations and teams working within energy exploration.
Exprodat’s extensions to ArcGIS include Exploration Analyst, Data Assistant and Unconventionals Analyst, all of which are compatible with the ArcGIS Pro 3.x environment. The company’s GIS Services department also offers energy-focused GIS training courses to help energy companies fully leverage their investment in Esri software.
Chris Jepps, Chief Operating Office for Exprodat and the Getech Group, commented:
“We are immensely proud that Exprodat has been recognized as a Cornerstone Partner by Esri at this year’s Esri Partner Conference. Over the last two decades we have worked tirelessly with hundreds of energy organisations to apply Esri’s ArcGIS technology to energy workflows; implemented countless systems that bring mapping, integration and location analytics to enterprises; and trained literally thousands of energy professionals in the use of ArcGIS.
Our partnership with Esri has been essential in helping us align our offerings with the latest technology and market trends. The Esri partner network continues to deliver commercial opportunities for our data-led geoenergy and decarbonisation solutions. I am extremely grateful to all Exprodat management and staff – past and present – for the hard work that has brought us this far, and I would also like to thank all our colleagues in Esri and Esri UK for their assistance, support and friendship.”