Matthew Lewin

Matthew Lewin is the Practice Manager of Management Consulting for Esri Canada. His efforts are focused on helping management teams optimize and transform their business through GIS and location-based strategies. As a seasoned consultant, Matthew has provided organizations in the public and private sectors with practical strategies that enable GIS as an enterprise business capability. At the intersection of business and technology is where Matthew’s interests lie, and he thrives on helping organizations bridge the gap to achieve their most challenging GIS ambitions.

  • How to organize your geospatial talent

    How to organize your geospatial talent

    How do you choose between centralized, decentralized or a hybrid model? Learn about common organizational archetypes for geospatial programs

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  • Implementing governance for GIS (Part 2): Structure and processes

    Implementing governance for GIS (Part 2): Structure and processes

    Matthew Lewin provides insight into how organizations can define the structure and processes of a GIS governance model.

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  • Implementing governance for GIS (Part 1): Design approach

    Implementing governance for GIS (Part 1): Design approach

    Matthew Lewin provides insight into how organizations can operationalize GIS governance by presenting a scenario with a mid-size city government.

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  • Why care about location intelligence?

    Why care about location intelligence?

    Location intelligence is inseparable from business intelligence. Businesses need to measure scale, determine patterns and relationships for success.

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  • Beyond ROI: Building a competitive advantage with GIS

    Beyond ROI: Building a competitive advantage with GIS

    GIS helps businesses build a competitive advantage – go beyond ROI and look at your economic moats

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  • The role of location in digital transformation

    The role of location in digital transformation

    Location-enablement is at the heart of digital transformation. Find out how organizations can integrate location-intelligence into their business.

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  • Strategy for GIS: The three essential steps to creating enterprise value

    Strategy for GIS: The three essential steps to creating enterprise value

    An effective GIS strategy can empower your business strategy creating enterprise value with new opportunities, capability mapping and prioritization.

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  • Governance for GIS: Decisions and decision-making

    Governance for GIS: Decisions and decision-making

    What does it take to establish an effective GIS governance program?

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  • How digital hubs help governments create public value

    How digital hubs help governments create public value

    Discover how digital hubs enable governments to articulate a vision, build support and deliver initiatives that drive public value

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  • The rise of GIS as a business capability

    The rise of GIS as a business capability

    How do you build GIS as a business capability to drive transformation in your organization?

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