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The Technical Reasons for Transitioning to Esri’s Network Management Framework

In our previous post, we presented a general understanding of what the Network Management Framework is. Now, we’ll walk through a scenario involving an existing GIS system that could benefit from making the transition. The main benefit to transitioning to Network Management is to have out-of-the-box tracing and applications to use, such as simplified tracing with little to no customization, field-ready apps for your mobile workforce, or geoprocessing tools that automatically publish your map layers as feature or map services.

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How to Transition to Esri’s Network Management Framework

Esri’s new Network Management Framework offers improved functionality that adds significant business value to utilities. It offers improved performance, tracing, model realism, versioning, and validation. The Network Management Framework also adds greater capability for integration, improved operations support, and more near real-time updates to your GIS data. In this post, we address how your business and staff can effectively implement the Network Management Framework to improve operational efficiencies.

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The Business Case for Transitioning to Esri’s Network Management Framework

Esri’s new Network Management Framework provides the next web GIS and network model technology for the next 15 years. As a utility, making this upgrade and transition from your existing platform will produce the following technical benefits:

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Understanding Esri’s Network Management Framework

You’ve been hearing more and more about Esri’s Utility Network as part of its new Network Management Framework. RAMTeCH is here to help answer questions about what the new network offers and why it makes sense to transition. If you’re like most ArcMap users, you might be wondering:

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Quality Data is Vital to Leveraging Esri’s ArcGIS Spatial Analytics

Utilities and telecommunication companies are turning to new data types and new forms of analysis to improve productivity. Spatial data, also referred to as location-based data, enables these organizations to add the context of time and location to traditional operations…

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Maximizing the Value of Esri’s Utility Network and ArcGIS Platform

Esri’s new Utility Network is specifically designed for the electric, gas, water, wastewater, stormwater, and communication industries. The new Utility Network is built on an innovative services-based architecture that provides significant performance improvements. Combined with the advanced capabilities of Esri’s ArcGIS Platform, the new Utility Network…

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Consolidating GIS to Achieve Enterprise-Wide Benefits

The Geographic Information System (GIS) is a foundational technology linking every activity of a utility, including design and construction, asset management, workforce management, outage management, and, increasingly, real-time network/grid operations. Utility companies are looking…

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