Denver, CO. (March 23, 2021) – Digital Data Services, Inc. (DDS), a Denver-based GIS consulting firm, was recognized by Esri as a Cornerstone Partner at the 2021 Esri Partner Conference.
The Cornerstone Partnership Award celebrates a 20-year partnership between DDS and Esri, the world’s leading Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software provider. DDS received the award from Esri in a ceremony conducted virtually.
The Esri Cornerstone Partnership Award recognizes partners who have proven their GIS expertise, promote the adoption of GIS to a broad audience, and act as an ambassador for Esri’s innovative technology.
“Our mission at DDS is to ensure clients have easy access to and can effectively leverage geospatial data,” says Dave Carter, Principal & Director of Geospatial Solutions. “As GIS data management and implementation experts, we leverage our 20-year partnership with Esri to simplify interactions with geospatial data for users of all technical ability across an organization.”
DDS helps clients build robust data foundations and implement GIS solutions to manage their business. Over the last two decades, DDS provides its clients design, implementation, and documentation of ArcGIS Platform solutions supporting organizations of any size. DDS data management and development services, coupled with Esri’s leading technology, empowers organizations to utilize and interpret information enabling better business decisions.
“DDS is honored to be recognized for our contributions to the GIS community over the last two decades. We’re thankful to Esri and are looking forward to our shared success in the future,” Mr. Carter concluded.
To learn more about DDS, please visit digitaldataservices.com.
Digital Data Services, Inc., is a GIS consulting firm that utilizes the power of the Esri product suite to provide state-of-the-art desktop and web GIS solutions since 1998. Our staff provides implementation and customization solutions for Esri web GIS and Geocortex products. If you need assistance, we are here to help solve your web GIS challenges.