Business Partners

Eagle has developed many strategic relationships with companies who are leaders in their field. We have worked in concert with these organizations at many enterprise implementations currently in development or in production. This enables companies to implement "best in class" technologies. These relationships are described below.

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Environmental System Research Institute (ESRI) is a world leader in providing state-of-the-art Geographic Information Systems software. Eagle joined the ESRI Business Partner Program in 1993 and has dedicated ESRI Petroleum and Pipeline GIS solutions utilizing ESRI's core ArcGIS Desktop, ArcGIS Server, ArcEngine and ArcGIS Explorer platforms.

Eagle has been awarded the ESRI Business Partner of the Year TM twice during their relationship with ESRI and has been involved with helping our client's win numerous ˜Special Achievement in GISTM" (SAG) Awards awarded to ESRI to end-user organizations at the annual ESRI International User Conference.

Geographic Technologies Incorporated (GTI)Geographic Technologies
Incorporated
(GTI)

GTI is an Eagle Business Partner specializing in the development and implementation of GIS-Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Interfaces. GTI has developed bi-directional interfaces for FileNet, Laserfiche and EMC/Documentum with ESRI's GIS.

Dedek Consulting Corp.Dedek Consulting Corp.

Dedek Consulting provides electronic forms data capture systems based on IBM's Workplace Forms Technology. Dedek Consulting also provides enterprise level process improvement, technical and systems architecture design in addition to a proven track record for enterprise level software and information system implementation management. Dedek Consulting specializes in bringing together the right partners and consultant specialists to deliver designed solutions. As a result Dedek Consulting and Eagle have teamed together on many highly successful software development and information system implementation projects.

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